Hotel Hindusthan International Kolkata
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today in Prem Dan I was talking to a very sick lady. She wouldn't eat or drink and just stays in her bed all day. We made a new friend Teresa at the hostel from Denmark who volunteers with us also. I was painting the ladies nails in prem Dan today, creaming their hands and legs (this can be difficult sometimes as a lot of them are missing toes, legs), washing their clothes by hand and bringing them to the toilet( the toilet is just a room where they squat and ...
... Jay turned out to be super fun guys. I was Sharique's passenger and Dave was behind Jay on the Enfield. A Russian guy on his own Enfield joined us for the first hour. We left at 9am sharp. It was Sunday so traffic was, for most part, not totally mad. But I had some squeamish moments as we noisily zigzagged through markets and ever busy intersections.
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... and sitting arrangements, the park becomes suitable for everybody to spend time. There is also a few open air restaurants for fast foods. I saw this place is very popular for the loving couples. You can see hundreds of couples sitting cozy to each other. Long ago (20 years back) I had seen such cozy couples in Eden garden which has recently ...
On Friday I went to my first service site. It is a home for mentally and physically disabled girls. First we do laundry for about an hour and half. Then we have a tea and biscuit break. In the late morning I work with the most severely disabled girls feeding them lunch and putting them to bed. In the afternoon I go to a site that is for orphaned toddlers and physically and mentally disabled girls. I work with ...
... s collection. He was renowned for regularly writing letters to the Calcutta Telegraph suggesting that English women abandon their corsets and stays and adopt the sari. One of his arguments was that their iron bustles made them susceptible to lightening strike! His views didn't do his career any harm, or he simply outlived the competition as the average survival rate for westerners was just two monsoon seasons. I read that he ...