Hotel Park Inn
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... the airport i took a pre-paid taxi (always the cheapest option in India) to the "India Tourism" office where i had a lovely chat with the lady inside, got my map, details of where all the hotels and guesthouses were and checked in to my abode. As should be the case with any big city, public transport is both in abundance and cheap. Bus, metro and even trams serve the people of Kolkata in getting about their daily lives.
The first place i visited, ...
... these two kids were too busy playing with a tricycle to notice us, and it was wonderful to see them enjoying themselves for a little while - hopefully forgetting some of the hardships they have to face. Curry dinner with more of the most delicious roti's we have had, and a solid 12 hour sleep after a day in the heat. The next morning we had more kati rolls (too good to ignore!) and hopped onto the metro down to Kaligat Temple, supposedly the number ...
... probably remain in the mild area, although I equipped with warm clothes and blankets.Tomorrow morning I will arrive around 9 am at a station from which I should take a bus that in three hours should take me up at Darjeeling, famous for the best tea, for the third highest mountain Asia but that 'It is not K2 as I thought, and to have been a summer resort for the British colonialists when the capital was in Calcutta, before being transferred to New ...
... the big white grand building that is the Victoria memorial.
It was built in the early 1900s following the death of queen Victoria, the grounds include some beautiful gardens and lakes and inside is a museum including many artifacts from the British rule and many paintings of a varied nature.
Across the road from the west entrance is St Paul's Cathedral... Very different from the London one, looking more like an average church from ...
... came from and no, preckles is not a typo.
Tomorrow we go to the carnival. Sounds fun, right? I almost cried when we drove by it today. I will post pictures tomorrow because I can't describe it. Just imagine a ferris wheel... made of bamboo... tied together with rope... and operated by a man... with a crank... I'm queasy.
India continues to be the most beautiful thing I could ever imagine. I can't believe I'm here.