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The following morning we woke to take our car back to Kolkata. It was a 4 hour car ride and again, I just marveled at the country side. The drying jute tree teepees sandwiched between the absolutely greenest rice padi fields. As well as the banana, mango, papaya and bamboo trees. Nature at its finest! We arrived at the Kolkata airport in plenty of time for me to catch my flight back to Delhi, followed by a much less anticipated bus ride over night ...
... selling disturbingly big knives, knuckle dusters, BB guns, Tesco bags for life, cheap clothes, ice creams and other delicious street foods. It was among the street food stalls we found an omelette man who welcomed us each day for breakfast from then on - they really were that nice!
Eventually we made it to the Victoria monument gardens to find they were closed so we returned the next day to this very British building that looked as though it had been ...
... of the night we still had no idea who was related to Kajal because she calls everyone father and aunt and sister even if they have no blood relation. And then we steeped outside to go home and somehow ended up in someone's else's room drinking bottled 7up through straws as we all took turns complimenting each other. The drive home made me yearn for the simple life. I am so grateful for the accomodations and luxuries I've ...
... to deal with any more hassle. Hopefully if all goes to plan the breakfast will be pictured somewhere, but it consisted of; two quarters of a sandwich filled (filled is a very loose term, one thing it definitely wasn't was full) with a single slither of tomato and a smattering of pepper. That was the same for both quarters. The smallest banana you had ever seen, and a small round dough looking thing that looks like it had been covered in tin foil, someone picked away half of it and ...
... parents abandon them because there sickness will not permit them to work in the future and there family's don't want to have to provide for them for the rest of their lives. Friday night we got to go hang on the roof with the owner of the hotel, it was amazing just sitting up there next to all these broken down buildings and the pack of dogs howling in the night. The next day we decided to go visit ...