Taj Bengal Kolkata
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... with so much anxiety that I after the 4th time I woke up every 10 min , I switched off the alarm and made my way to get dressed. I had already made a list of places to visit, things to eat but most of all I wished I had a Bengali friend with me. My driver thou made up for that absence. Will speak about him later. No sooner did I make my way into the flight, I realised my seat was a non recliner thanks to my husband who didn't realise that a seat in front of ...
... to try flag down a taxi... This would have worked if the taxis wanted to take me, which for some reason they didn't here... I ended up walking back to the station and found a rickshaw. They work very differently here, only driving set routes, so I had to share with three other people to a bazaar, and then change for another rickshaw, only the rickshaws here didn't want to take me where I wanted to go! In the end I asked a local who put me on a bus, which ...
... of our day and don't waste much time in getting out to tour the town. With our hand written map (courtesy of the front desk) ready to go- we take to the streets and begin our hunt for the Mother House. Since 1953, this has been the home to Mother Teresa and her sisters and the headquarters of the international religious congregation of the Missionaries of Charity. This is where Mother Teresa lived, prayed, worked and guided ...
... were largely very noble, well-intentioned, honourable and upright.
From there we went to visit the Missionaries of Charity (Mother Teresa of Calcutta). I had anticipated that there would be pressure to give money to the charity. There wasn't. It was actually a quite moving experience. There is a small museum containing newspaper articles and some of Mother Teresa's personal effects. You can also visit her tomb and ...