2004 Mumbai
, India


By Raymond Boger



The All India Correspondence Chess Federation is
proud to host the ICCF Congress 2004 in Mumbai,
India from 30 October to 5 November 2004.


Med Samraoui(left), Ambar Chatterjee and Josef Mrkvicka meet together at
Juelich, Germany March 2004.



The Retreat is a 5 Star luxury holiday resort.


The conference hall to be used for the Congress is on the first floor of the Hotel Annexe.


The Retreat is a 5 Star luxury holiday resort. The main building of the hotel is a 7 storey complex. There are nice gardens, swimming pool, a health club and sauna, Jacuzzi, steam bath, children's corner and a swimming pool, all free to residents. Ayurvedic massage (traditional herbal healing system) and Yoga lessons are also available. On one side of the hotel, the rooms overlook the coast of the Arabian Sea while the view from the rooms facing the other side is of green fields dotted with palm trees.




There are 3 tours during/after the conference.


A Mumbai City tour will be conducted on Thursday, 4th November. The excursion will start at 0800 (time subject to change). This is a guided coach tour of the major city attractions. You should be back in the hotel by about 1800. Lunch is included in the excursion. This tour is free to participants.


The optional excursion to Elephanta Caves is on Friday 5th November. You will be taken by coach (at about 0800) to the Gateway of India in south Mumbai which is the starting point of the motor launch to Elephanta Island. Here you can see beautifully carved rock-cut temples. You will be brought back to the hotel by about 1900. Lunch is included in the excursion.


The optional post conference tour to Delhi, Agra and Rajasthan starts on the afternoon of Saturday 6th November. A coach will take you from the hotel to the railway station where you board a train to New Delhi. From New Delhi you proceed by coach to Agra, Fatehpur Sikri, Jaipur and Sawaimadhapur. You return by train, reaching Mumbai on 12 November at 10:15



Last update: 09 August 2004


Reg. No
Accompanied by
GT Tour
35 045 VAN ‘T RIET, Nol   ?
34 044 TORO SOLIS DE O. Guillermo   No
33 043 RAWLINGS, Alan   No
32 042 HEGOBURU, Pedro   No
31 040-041 HAMARAT, Tunc Varriale Christine Yes, 2
30 039 DANEK Libor, Dr.   No
29 037-038 FLORES GUTIÉRREZ, Carlos Flores Sánchez, Esperanza Yes, 2
28 036 ROCIUS Marijonas   Yes
27 035 MARINA, Luz   ?
26 034 ZAVANELLI, Max   No
25 033 FAY, Ruth Ann   No
24 032 TANI, Gian-Maria   No
23 031 RŐTOVA, Merike   Yes
22 030 LIEBERT, Ervin   Yes
21 029 SÖDERBERG, Per   Yes
20 027-028 BAUMBACH, Dr. Fritz 1 No
19 026 BRUSILA, Heikki   No
18 024-025 NUUTILAINEN, Esko Nuutilainen, Seija (wife) Yes, 2
17 023 RADOSZTICS Evelin   Yes
16 022 RADOSZTICS Gerhard   Yes
15 021 KNOL, Everdinand   Yes
14 019-020 BALABAYEV Farit BALABAYEVA  R.  (sister) Yes, 2
13 018 GAUJENS, Artis   Yes
12 017 GRODZENSKY S. Yakovlevich   No
11 016 DOMRACHEV V. Grigorievich   Yes
10 013-015 SANAKOEV, Konstantin Sanakoev, Nina (wife); Sanakoev, Gregory (father) Yes, 3
9 011-012 BIELECKI, Witold Bielecka, Teresa (wife) Yes, 2
8 010 MASTROJENI, Gianni   Yes
7 008-009 MRKVICKA, Josef Mrkvickova, Alena (wife) Yes, 2
6 007 RUCH, Eric   No
5 006 KARELIN,  Evgeny Petrovich   No
4 004-005 Dr. MICHALEK, Miroslav Ivana Vafkova (wife) Yes, 2
3 003 PESCHARDT, Sřren   Yes
2 002 SAMRAOUI, Mohammed   No
1 001 BINDER, Gerhard   Yes


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