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 …
... a well oiled machine. They are phenomenal at what they do. We also discussed the recurrent theme of dignifying every human life whether it be someone impoverished on the streets, someone with addiction or substance abuse issues, persons with mental illnesses, or people with a medical diagnosis such as leprosy. Sister Michael highlighted the suggestion that though some of us may be able to overcome adversity and different challenges in life, there are those that can ...
... the English planned older residential and industrial sector.
Our first port of call was the Krishna complex (Belur Math): a Krishna monastery established by Rama Krishna ( a very long time ago). Rama as the story goes, didn't like school: he obviously didn't go to Bossley Park High School !!. School, according to him taught him how to make money not be able to distribute it (give charity). A very impressive large complex with a most impressive temple which has ...
I am staying in Calcutta, a city of 15 million inhabitants, most famous for Mother Teresa and I have just visited the house of her refugees and her tomb.I arrived at 7am this morning after an overnight train trip from Sambalpur, suffering bitterly cold because of the sleeper, there have no given blankets and though the windows were closed, there were corridors with doors wide open on outside. I made friends with four Indian boys FROM Koraput (the famous ...
... nuts and everyone does it all day long!! Mind you, every bus, van and lorry pretty much asks you to "blow your horn" so everyone naturally obliges! Crazy India!
So here we are at the end of our first month travelling. Time went slowly at first, but now we cannot believe we are saying goodbye to this intriguing country. But after extensive train journeys to more than 11 ...