Kenilworth Hotel, Kolkata
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by me as I visited there four times while we were in Varanasi! It's an NGO coffee shop style restaurant which doubles up as a gift shop in each of the rooms. It has amazing muffins, breakfast and tea! This was a little heaven of a place and brilliant for take-out food for the last night train of the trip. Sadly our time here was up and it was time to head to Kolkata, the last stop of the tour. Kolkata - old and new friends in India As with all of our trains in the north, our ...
... only respond in one or two words back to me. I think he would still be better in english than I am in french, so all the mercy in the world to him. We got in the car and immediately I said, "I first need to get a SIM card". He drove down what felt like a million little side streets to get to another little hole in the wall shop. Inside the shop, the man asked for my documents and what I wanted and it seemed like he had what I needed so things would get ...
... Everyone calls the volunteers Auntie when they want something.
My first day with the toddles didn't start off so well. While the children were eating a snack one hit another. I pointed my finger at one and said no. Then it started the games of imitating me and "lets hit auntie." I couldn't get them to stop until I moved across the room. After snack we went outside and I had to push one child after ...
... picked us up from the new Dum Dum airport and dropped us ...
... had got this all wrong. I knew Kolkata as one of the most overpopulated places in India, supposedly riddled with poverty and here we were and we might as well been in England with all these sights. We stepped out the airport and that's where everything changed and our 3 days journey of utter madness began. We were greeted by a skinny, smart/casually dressed Indian man with a moustache. Naturally. He had a big smile across his face. It's become quite apparent that taxi drivers ...