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... Mother Teresa lived and worked until her death in 1997. Although the nuns were very welcoming to the many pilgrims of a number of faiths as well as slightly grubby looking tourists, the house was still clearly very much a working church, charity and school. Mother Teresa's sparse bedroom room has been preserved as it was at her death and there is an exhibition of Mother's letters, photographs and awards pinned to old classroom cork boards in another room. ...
... of course. Two Italians were kidnapped in 2012 by Maoist rebels and one of the two lived in Puri and was the owner of a travel agency that organised trips to these villages.
I soon found a hotel, the Capital GH recommended by the Rough Guide, nothing special, but it is central, costs 8 Euros per night and has internet for 0.70 euro per day.I turned Calcutta walking hours, except the return when I took a rick-shaw because I was overwhelmed by ...
... such a long distance but to be arriving on the same day... I've gotten used to the long bumpy train journeys.
It feels like I'm going to a new country... It's the next part of my trip, my northern section is over. I'm only spending a day in chennai as I have a help exchange position set up nearby, so ill be staying put for a few weeks before heading back to spend some quality time with Naren.
So anyway... How are you? Any news? :-)
Have breakfast in the Sky cafe and catch up with our mail. Finish and we are off to walk the town. Go past all the old colonial buildings which are fairly well kept and house most of the government departments. All the other buildings are in ruin. Communist run council that have frozen rents for years. Landlords can't maintain the properties. Walk the lanes. Every square inch is occupied by some street seller or trade. The people live on the ...
... I confronted Michelle about the visit telling her my concerns and asking her what she hopes to get out of the visit and what benefit she believes it will bring. She simply stated that she told each girl when they arrived that Shishur Sevay is their forever home. She told them that there may be a point in which they will have to physically live somewhere else but that they will always be a part of the family. She feels as though it ...