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... to act as the liaison between the airport and I. He even picked me up from my hotel in the morning where we went to his office to scan and provide documentation to the airport. I honestly don't know what I would have done without these people. It had also been on my immediate to-do list to get a sim card for my phone so I would be able to make local calls, particularly in the event of an emergency i.e. lost luggage, non working credit/debit cards etc. ...
... the same Cafe as the previous day and relaxed. I had some good pizzaish dish and a brownie. We Contemplated what to do from there and in really looking at the map I discovered we could walk back to the hotel but stop at a fancy mall on the way. So we set off down park past some sad men exploiting monkeys as street performers. The walk wasn't bad and I was able to judge streets and directions pretty easily. We stopped at one department store which I later figured out was not the ...
... Unfortunately for them, soon after I arrived it was bath-time. All the boys went to one part of the complex, and all the girls went to another, and we spent the next hour or so getting splashed while trying to get around two dozen little girls clean and suds-free. (They wouldn't stop getting more soap!) It was ridiculous amounts of fun, watching these kids get water poured over their heads, and then having them come up to me crying ...
... get things done, the queuing – these are just some of the peculiarities of India that make this such an interesting place to visit and experience. To add to that, we had such a wonderful evening catching up with Dan and Mel again, who looked so well and so happy midway through their “mega-moon”, that in the end, as we left for Darjeeling in our cab ride to the hills we left feeling like we were destined to fall in love with this remarkable ...
Yesterday we saw remnants of the British empire and also the many faces of India today! We drove around the old part of Kolkata where the various British governmental agencies had been located. The red brick Writer's Building, built in 1777, was where clerks of the East India Company kept their records and did the bookkeeping. The West Bengal State offices now utilize the building. We then visited ...