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... to do their deed. Not these ones though, they come in droves and I think by the time sun has risen I've killed about 50 of them!! I decide it's best to check out and move on. I'm not sure what the British saw in the this dusty backwater but I think the first move is to arrange a ticket out and then if I have time maybe a little sightseeing.
I stand awaiting reception to open and check out as soon as ...
... There were some kids around, so they provided for an entertaining distraction.
I used the train bathroom for the first time on this trip... That was an experience! As I open the door, there's a hole in the floor, a place to put my feet and the smell...well, you can imagine! Lol My friend back home had asked me if I had peed on the tracks yet... I wasn't sure what she meant until that moment. As I look down, yep, there they were, through the hole in the floor, ...
... abit and realise that before we get to Kolkata, we have to catch a train from Bodh Gaya to Kolkata -a trip around 5-6 hours. This is where it goes wrong -trains!
We were up early (5.45) because our train was intending to leave at 8; unfortunately this wasn't to be the case. However we dutifully arrive at the station at 10am (we'd been updated as to it's arrival time) and then proceeded to sit on those ...
... of sufficient financial means and proof of accommodation in Switzerland/Schengen Countries (e.g. hotel confirmation, bookings of the entire stay, receipt of paid package tour).
7. A copy of the confirmed return ticket to India or confirmation of reservation.
8. Visas for UK and U.S.A to be obtained first in case the applicant visits any of these countries before Switzerland/Schengen Countries.
9.Personal Income Tax Returns for last 2 years
... are mainly located near the Victoria Memorial and even got to see Mother Teresa’s old house and tomb. We generally walked around just soaking up the life on the streets. There was so much activity going on everywhere you looked and every new corner presented a new example of either wealth or poverty that I have never seen before. I have never seen so many homeless people living on the streets, in fact after three days walking around this place although not ever happy ...