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... slowly. Haven't spend alot of time between the carriages but there are hours yet to come.
A 'meals on wheels' was available of which some partook: an order was made from a menu and sent on to a later stop for delivery. Had a longer break at Asansol, 5* getting some somosas.
Matilda was paying for her thali lunch but she only had a 500R note. When the chap wanted a smaller note, she exploded 'if you're in business, have change'. Thought that ...
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The Indian museum is apparently the biggest in all of India. Unfortunately some of the exhibitions were closed for renovation, but I managed to see quite a lot including collections of fossils, dinosaurs, mammals, rocks, archeological finds, Egyptian artifacts and an exhibition about the evolution of man.
By the time I'd finished in the museum it was already getting towards 5pm, but I had been recommended to go to ...
... family to help around the world. It is also the home of her tomb. We showed up early for visiting hours, so after wasting about an hour touring around the city streets we came back to tour the house. We payed our respects to Mother Teresa's tomb, admired her old room and toured the in house museum- if you ever find yourself in Kolkata, we highly suggest going to check out the Mother House!
From here, we began our journey ...
... that they are not telling us and with that we will just have to see. If there is another aspect to the equation, though, it will certainly be difficult to walk away.
I leave here in less than a week and a half. Michelle has made desperate attempts to keep me here or to bring me back both after my sisters visit and also in the future as I start my career. But her offers are met with confidence in my future and the girls’ and ...
... actions and decisions, but I think most of it is also inherent to the country itself. POVERTY The vast amount of people living in poverty for me was something I was not comfortable with to see every single day. It depends on which state you are in, but for example in Kolkatta I was at a train station very early morning and saw that around one hundred homeless people where living there with their whole families. During some trips I have seen the poorest ...