Fortune Park Panchwati Hotel
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... enough not to be the old market we suppose!
It is a great backpacker area which in simple terms means there are facilities for travellers here. eg laundry services, cafes with wifi and menus that serve food from back home. Our favourite place here is Blue Sky Cafe. A couple of times we have dived in here and ordered fried egg & chips. They make proper hand made chips from real potatoes. Yum!
We eventually made it over to the Victoria Memorial on ...
... all its guests and is a short walk from the Rabindra Sadan Metro station.
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... go into all th edetails here but suffice to say, if you wish to hear /read of a man who claims he was not a successful banker......read www.futurehope.net
Tim may not claim to have been a successful banker, but what he has done outweighs anything in terms of money.
We attended assembly, and took atour around the school. Simon talked to some of the ...
... to hear if the agent (who he had the number for) could do anything. He couldn't. We decided that we would go to the station nevertheless and hope we could go on the blag/ bribe. We got our stuff from the hotel and headed to the station. There are two stations in Kolkata - Sealdah and New Howrah. Both about 30km from our hotel. We went off on this once again eye opening drive. It was now getting dark. We arrived at 'Sealdah' and my eyes were widened like they had never been ...
Today was quite an event and tomorrow is going to be crazy so this is the perfect time to write!
First of all, last night I entered my room and I heard a familiar favorite sound: fireworks. At first I doubted myself and assumed it was tricky thunder but as I ran across the dark room, there she was. One firework. I began crying partly because I had ran into a metal pole and partly because I cannot imagine something more ...