Hotel Dee Empresa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Many of the sisters are a little bit older and personally knew Mother Teresa before she passed. Sometimes they tell stories of Mother and her philosophies surrounding the Missionaries of Charity while it was still young. Sister Michael told me the story of how Mother Teresa was adamant on building only single level facilities as she believed, double stories signified wealth; she wanted to relate to the poorest of the poor in every way as much as possible. The builders ...
... to expect from India, but the truth was vastly different to what we thought we were going to be faced with. Cruising through the streets early morning the place was a hell of a lot more peaceful than I was thinking it would be, people in the streets washing by water pumps and getting themselves ready for their days work. On the good advice of Dad we headed to the backpacker part of Kolkata, Sudder street and had managed to ...
... In the second we had the good fortune to meet an old man who made us guide and pleaded for us the entrance to the closed temple, indicating not only the things to see, but also the locations where taking the best photos. Of course in the end we gave him a good tip, and then by metro but also a lot of walking, we reached the district where they prepare the statues for the various religious festivals. It was a visit that made a fool of my camera, ...
... Indian destinations, Calcutta was nothing like anywhere else we had visited. Very colonial English influence with a huge railway station that resembled Waterloo or Paddington, an impressive steel suspension bridge spanning the Hooghly River, wide roads full of old yellow taxis and stately home style buildings.
Our hotel was a British family run colonial home, that felt like a ...
Goodbye Incredible India We spent New Years on the beach in Goa which was incredible. Ryan and I joined some friends we had met along the way and drank cocktails sitting on the beach, waiting for the New Year to come in. At midnight fireworks lit up the entire beach front with lanterns being set off in ever direction. Ryan and I bought one too, I imagined it would be this romantic event where I would make a wish for the coming new year that would come true. In reality, our ...