Bandra – Land’s End

by Vinaya HS on June 10, 2006

in The Mumbai Blog,The SP Jain Blog,Travel

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Wednesday last, we went on an evening outing to Bandra. We decided to experiment with the air-conditioned bus service. There are two such bus routes: A1 and A2. We boarded the A2 route. We alighted near Bandra Station and caught an auto-rickshaw to Land’s End — one border of Bandra. It’s called Land’s End simply because the land ends and the sea begins.

Mumbai is a place where people seem to have everything except privacy and time. Land’s End is the perfect place to observe the first, i.e., a lack of privacy — especially for young couples. You get to witness scenes that defy your imagination. You look around and find couples in all kinds of positions — amazingly blissful to the surrounding environment. A few of these young couples are so well hidden that it’s frighteningly easy to stumble upon them, simply because you never saw through the camouflage.

For a Bangalorean — no matter how open-minded — it’s an electrifying sight!





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Vishu June 11, 2006 at 3:20 PM

Its so true abt mumbai, population, rise in living cost, poverty, lack of infra/facilites in this city has forced mumbaikars re-define their thoughts and lifestyle.
yeah hai mumbai meri jaan..
just an additional insight abt bandra..Sachin tendulkar comes from Bandra (east) and bollywood star Amir khan is from Bandra(west)…

Nitin Jagga June 20, 2006 at 9:35 AM

That’s why they always say……………..

YEH HAI MUMBAI MERI JAAN………………….

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