Hotel Pushpak International
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Yes a luxurous dorm with hot showers and fresh drinking water. Unfortunately no internet but definitely a good budget choice in the heart of Kolkata.
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This morning we went to the Motherhouse of the missionaries of Charity for Mass and breakfast. In the afternoon we came back to the area for volunteer orientation, I will be working at Prem Dan and Shishu Bhavan. Homes for the destitute and dying, and for young and handicapped children. I will give more details about the Motherhouse, volunteering, and Mass with the sisters in a later post. This one is long enough.
Grace and Peace.
... water and electricity supplied by the state are problematic ...
... would only get better and better. In order to get a refund we had to go to the top level of the station (there were four). We walked up the stairs and I swear I have never perspired so much in my life. I was leaking like a maniac. We queued up at one of the counters and when we were about half way through it a very helpful guy who was tall and gangly and spoke quite good English approached us. He talked about a special 'foreigners quota' and that we should still be able to get ...
... secured. David had been told about some Jain temples to visit and we had read very little about them in the guidebooks but the Jain religion is famous for lavishness so we go sneak a peek. There incredible. Tucked away behind crumbling buildings is a whole complex of Jain loveliness. We soon pick up an old toothless guide who tells us repeatedly that the Jain people are the happiest. He giggles a lot and tries to sell us some home-made postcards which are drawings and ...
... to enjoy a traditional lunch in a village established by another guru, an environmental haven with sound philosophy for the environment and the spirit.
We take to the road its getting late and 4 hours from Kolkata. The expressway is busy it getting dark and Manab manoeuvres our little car through the traffic of giant trucks with the precision of Peter Brock on a chessboard. The build up of pollution is bad and obscures his vision at times, we stop while Danny takes ...