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We went with some other volunteers to Victoria memorial today. The walk there was long but we saw a lot. We saw a cricket match on the way, lots of sheep and goats in big fields, horses with gold and silver carriages, women and men carrying big loads on their heads, big parks littered with garbage. We had heard that Victoria memorial was nothing special so we didn't expect much. However I thought it was really nice, very peaceful, clean and quiet ...
We sat on a long table of mother Teresa volunteers. We sat at the end and didn't make "a connection" with the volunteers. A nice french girl, who is doing an internship at an NGO, sat with us too. That was nice. Christmas hats were passed out. Most people put them on. We too.....Ho! Ho! Ho! It was kind of stupid but we were sports;) No alcohol was available. The place doesn't have liquor license. On ...
... Just 10 rupees. Even town bus charges would have been more than that. Below is the picture of the ferry ghat at belur (looks muddy, yes it is so).It was a tremendous experience to travel by ferry. First of all it gave us the pleasure and experience of boating on hugly river. Secondly it saved us from waiting and finding the town bus. Last but not the least it helped me taking ...
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And that pretty much sums up Calcutta for us. It really has been an eye opener and has felt like we have been chucked into India at the deep end. But we've loved it. It's been a bit harder at times especially coming from Thailand. There is ...
... down the asle to kick off proccedings. Now neither of us being much of the religious type it got a little awkward/hilariously funny, especially when a member of his flock gave us a hymn book, to which Jenny start belting out like she was in the royal dublin choir! It was time to make a bail for it, and after a quick picture with Jon Jon we were on our way. We continued down to chinatown. This was our first real glimpse of the slums ...