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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Victerrace Kolkata (Calcutta)
Room was clean and quite spacious. Service in restaurant very slow, in fact there was very little interaction with staff it felt quite impersonal
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Arrived in Kolkata about 8am. I fear my worse nightmare has returned - my tummy is not feeling good. Outside the railway station there are hundreds of yellow cabs waiting for a fare. On the drive to our hotel I had to admit, I could not have been more surprised. I was expecting the shithole of India, instead it was quite the opposite. It was clean …
Wed – Varanasi. Had an uneventful overnight train journey, relatively comfortable - apart from the toilets. The plan is that you try not to eat or drink, to avoid having to go! Holding your
breath, trying to squat and hovver above the seat all at the same time whilst trying not to
hold or touch anything on a moving train, is a bit of …
... took off and gone to have a jimmy about 12 times. We sat watching our series on the iPad as there was literally nothing else to do. 6pm roles around (flight was delayed till 6.30) and it delayed a further hour. 7pm rolled around.... Delayed another hour. Finally after copious amounts of 'Breaking Bad' and toilet breaks we started boarding. The flight was pretty uninteresting, we had a vegetarian in flight meal which was slop and rice and landed at the connecting airport ...
... re available to be purchased by tourists one day befor traveling. If not for that it would be so hard to get around. So on about my 6th day in Mumbai I needed to go to the train station to buy my ticket. The main train station in Mumbai is amazing--it's actually a UNESCO World Heritage site. It was built during the British rule in India, as were many of the buildings actually, so there's a lot of amazing Gothic-style architecture in Mumbai. It used to be known as the ...
For my seconds day of work I got to work with the physiotherapist and the speech therapist, most of the patients were children with Down syndrome or Wilson's disease. It was not the easiest task, trying to work with disabled children drains most of your energy I don't know how these doctors do this every day, even the simplest exam takes hours. Anywho, it was a wonderful experience the kids were adorable ...