Shila International Hotel
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... on rooftop, I actually enjoyed the journey and view of the forest with full of pine trees. The sumo dropped us at Sukhipokhri at 2.30PM and we got a shuttle to Ghum from there. After reaching Ghum, another shuttle dropped us at Silliguri bus-stand and we were at NJP within next 20 minutes. At NJP, we had our dinner at 7.30PM and still have one and half hours for the train. The train left NJP at 9.30PM and we slept by 10PM.
6th April, 2015: Oh God! ...
... br> This is the British Raj era colonial area from where India was governened before the Capital was moved to New Delhi. We stopped by the Tourism Information Office for general information and ended up booking a day tour for the 27th. The tour includes the temples we wanted to visit and more.
Christmas Turkey at Raj's Spanish Cafe
30 people had signed up for a Christmas dinner at ...
... Belur muth our next destination was Dakhineswar kali temple which was on the same direction. I had read a lot of blogs on mode of travelling to Dakhineswar kali temple. Thanks to the bloggers who have mentioned about the ferry route. There is a ferry ghat near belur. Boats (small/ large) shuttle between Belur and Dakhineswar frequently (every 15 minutes or so). The charges are very ...
... museum . An entry fee seemed a pain but it was certainly value for money. Most of the pieces naturally enough we depictions of Buddha.
On our way back we stopped at the third tallest Buddha statue. It was a gift from Thailand.
Returned by 1345. A majority went to the local mall for lunch. We headed there by tuktuk . The only real food options were Pizza Hut or McDonald's. Joined 5*, Mark and Anuj for a pizza. Asked Anuj if the next six were ...
... the difference is by facial expression.
After helping the residents, we usually hand out a snack which consists of chai and something small. Fruit, or biscuits, or bread. When snack is cleared away we have a long lull before lunch, this time is filled with the volunteer chai break, and a few times now, a dance party. Okay, the dance party only really happened once. We had a group of women who lead some sort of activity class come and dance and sing for the ...