Sunderban Tiger Camp
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Business Services
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... to think a little to convert the temperature to Farenheit. But it feels like it has been in the upper 80s and the challenge is the humidity. You are ok if you don't move, but once you start moving, then you are dripping with sweat. We took a bus the other day and it was so hot and you are packed like sardines, I was just dripping with sweat. Even after you take a shower, you start sweating.
Actually, December is the ideal time to come here. The weather ...
From Varanasi, we took yet another overnight train (I'm getting quite used to these now) to Kolkata. Kolkata used to be the British capital and you can tell. It's very different from Varanasi where we had just come from. There was no cows roaming the streets, no having to dodge **** in the road, there were green parks (the first bit of greenery we've seen for ages) and the tuk tuks were replaced with 70's style yellow cabs. From the offset it was easy to see that Kolkata was one of ...
... class toilet, and off he goes. Seeing this, some guy from 2 rows back follows suit. The toilet is occupied by guy number 1 so he sits down in No. 1s seat. At this point they start the food service. No. 2 guy then takes the food of the guy who's seat he is occupying. Opens it up and starts eating. No. 1 guy comes back and No. 2 guy heads off with the food. No. 1 guy never gets fed........ Then, at the hotel that Polina locates for us on the ...
... Japanese and Korean. We met one Chinese guy who’d been to Baghdad and Kabul for work and said that while Kolkata was obviously safer, it was still crazier than those 2. There were also lots of people doing charity work in the city, quite a few for Mother Theresa’s foundation.
There is a lot to visit in the city, though we enjoyed just walking around different neighbourhoods. We visited some of the colonial places, like St ...
Remember the lovely salwar – the
most expensive thing in the shop – that I wore yesterday? Well, I think in
hindsight that, although beautiful, it was probably the equivalent in England
of someone turning up at the local working men’s club for a wedding reception
wearing an Armani micro-mini dress with low-slung top. Only the teenagers
seemed to be wearing similar outfits, ...