Hotel Housez 43
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It was pretty much the poor sleep I expected: many stops, people getting on and off, little kids talking, lights on, etc. Welcome to an overnight train trip in India.
Up c 0630, figuring no appreciable chance for any sound sleep. What ended the prospect was the call of 'chai' bellowed out when the train was at Jhajah. Had complimentary …
... security guards or police officers, we finally found it. I gave him a printed google map and the written instructions the hotel had given me but it was still hard to find. I was expecting Park Street (hotel area) to be as easily identifiable as it is supposed to be "the best place to stay in Kolkata" but it was still a pretty gritty area as we came to know in a few hours. There are lots of Christian churches and a few mosques around the hotel so we heard all ...
... it is something that might be appealing in Oz. We have been lucky with the contacts we make, with ideas of design and also it's great to use a rural weavers' cooperative. I buy a book about Khesh to understand more the cloth more fully. 'The weaving process is simple. The warp is the new yarn and the weft is with strips of thin cloth obtained by tearing old sarees length wise. There is now a market here for old cotton sarees which can be bought in bulk by weavers. ...
... Kolkata with poverty isn’t entirely unjustified though I suppose a part of me wonders about labelling theory’s effects here, plus the swarm of well intentioned voluntourists.
Arriving from the airport (we came straight from the islands) was a bit confronting. As we drove through the huge and busy city, we would stop in the crawling traffic under underpasses, where multiple families obviously made their ...
... museum detailing her life and all her possessions laid out in show cases. You can go up to her room which is so small which she used from the 50s until she died. We then went and had a look at St Paul's Cathedral again impressive before going to the Victoria Memorial, a huge building with lovely gardens and lakes, we walked through the gardens and bought tickets to see the light and sound show which was fairly impressive. We walked back through the gardens and ...