Hotel Royal Garden
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... was the right thing to do. A quick prayer and a hunch that we should keep making mental notes of street objects to go by when we tried to make our way back if all else failed. Then the miracle happened...not a SIM card, but this 'to the point' kind of local turned and said, "where are you from? what do you do? and why are you in Kolkata?" Turns out he likes Canada, Nurses, and the fact that we are in Kolkata on a journey to see a sponsored child" Phew!!! He was ...
... com There had been an Exhibition in Kolkata in 2014 "Colours of Nature" to give the public a chance to understand the significance of the Botanical Survey of India (BSI) archives. Sutra's intention is to create awareness of the urgent need to implement proper conservation methods for safeguarding vast collections of archival textiles held in museums and other institutions around the country. They are fearful that modernisation means old traditions are being lost ...
... hand, if they didn't, they wouldn't earn any money at all and wouldn't eat. There is no pension for most people in India so you have to continue to support yourself all your life unless your family will. At least pulling a rickshaw is an honest income but it still felt a bit mean to have them pulling us around.
Anyway, we booked taxi tour for Monday and we set off to see The sights of the city. We saw bridges as we crossed over them and weaved our ...
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Time is very confusing. I think this is because of our dreadful arrival time yesterday, and then the number of activities that were squashed in to the day.
Angela went off to meet her cousin in the morning. She was due to return at 11.45 so that we could go to the Oberoi hotel to meet the others from King's House School. When she ...
... re now at one of the busiest stations in the busiest town in one of the busiest places in probably the world. This station looked huge from the outside let alone the inside. There were people everywhere, trying to beg off us and ask us if we wanted help with luggage and we hadn't even got out the taxi or parked up yet. It was chaos. I was nervous about getting out the car and walking around the station but obviously we had little choice. We walked in kitted up with our big back ...