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... eyes of the general public (and motorcycle tourists)
The Great Garbage Mountain
Across the large bridge and in outskirts of town, we passed a place where huge piles of leather scraps were being burned and turned into fertilizer, according to Sharique.
We stopped along the road for a vantage point to observe the mountain of garbage. Smoke plums rose from ...
... who suddenly showed up behind me with the other men that came off the street to crowd us a little in the tiny store) that he had no SIM card to fit my phone. I THINK he was lying...man did I want Colin with me at that moment...then an angel left me a funny note...as my mind said, "dear God, I wish Colin was here", I looked down at the counter in front of me and saw a glass cleaner bottle sitting in front on me that read" "COLIN" on it! I smiled and took ...
... was not only beautiful but also peaceful and comfortable. There were no dalas as they were there in kalighat kali temple. The queue in the main temple was long but still we could get darshan within 10 minutes. By and large the experience was marvelous. It is probably the best place to visit for the outside tourists. You can see more pictures of belur math and dakhineswar kali in ...
... excellent reviews. We headed back to our 16nzd room and asked if they had other rooms. Lucky us, we could move to another room as some people had recently cancelled. The next room was much better but still not that great. Ah well only a couple of days until we leave we will just get over it! After realising that wifi in Kolkata was either in cafés, expensive hotels or non-existent, we reverted back to our Lonely Planet books to see what Kolkata had to offer. ...
... because although it's very modern in almost every way there are still a lot of stray dogs, tons of people living on the street, and almost no trash-bins, and no apparent formal trash collecting service. The area I was staying in is known as Colaba. It's quite a posh area (that's how people from the UK describe it). There are a lot of reasonably priced guesthouses in Colaba so it's where most of the travelers stay.
After checking in to my hotel I decided I wanted a ...