Hotel Park Inn
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... unbearable especially when having to cover up legs, arms and chest. -Stares and over tactile males. -Flies and mosquitoes. -Tourist entry fees! - People urinating and defecating on the streets. I may have written about cons but in actual fact each and every one of these has told a story and the quirks of a place are what you remember after all. India is like no other place I have been, but I have loved every minute of it and am so so sad to leave. Namaste India... for ...
... through. Virtually none of the industrial compounds/complexes were manned...Ghostly and ghastly looking. Life around the place on the road was pretty normal. The cab driver mentioned that the industries were shut down due to pollution concerns. He also added that union problems, characteristic of WB which was until recently a Communist stronghold, also added to the industry's woes. Standing testament indeed.
7. We were quite ...
... and Michelle's shoes.
On Ralf and Michele's return they confirmed that I had made the right decision not to enter the temple.They washed their feet in the water that had been used to wash the floor and off we went...with disillusioned hearts.
Next we took a quick walk to see "Mother Teresa's home for the dyingdestitute. (Yes one word...see photo). But no visitors were allowed between 12 and 3....
Our last stop of the day was Tolly
... another kremation ghat. Here it was much more of a solomn affaire, but I still think iintens to see the deceased in front of us with their faces in the open and the family's grief public for all. The temple of the Sun in the neighboring town of Konark was visited by Tabitha and I, and it was very nice, although parts of it unfortunately is in bad conditions. We also took a boat trip in the lagoon Chilika close by, together with a lot of Indian tourists, where we ...
... how WE can all live sustainably and share the knowledge and know how. Environmental change does happen when there is collective Will, I have seen massive consciousness change in regard to recycling in Australia since the 1970's and attitude change to chemicals and lead-free petrol introduction and other environmental leaps. Obviously the challenges are massive with a 1.2 billion population and the need to agitate and pressure for a safe and clean environment is essential.