Sunderban Tiger Camp
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... streets after 9pm is almost over and both locals and tourists stay in their homes, so there is almost no reason to be out. If you need to get a night train, take a rickshaw to the station. For some people also the hygiene could be a problem, especially when you have a weak stomach. Going low budget in India means you will seriously have to take a few steps back from your normal life: the toilets will not be clean and showering might be a problem sometimes. The beds ...
... are some things that we would just ask ourselves ‘WHY?’. These are the things we won’t miss.
· The smell of stale urine on most street corners.
· The sound of someone reaching for phlegm deep in their throats, then spitting on the ground.
· Horns, oh so many horns. And the question always is ‘Why?’
· Rubbish, in ...
... confess here that no amount of words could accurately describe this scene. The grief that this place provokes is overwhelming. One room has approximately 30 cribs crammed as tightly as possible. The atmosphere reflected the chaos of the traffic on the streets - babies crying, no one to tend to them, sweat pouring off of them, they had no socialization skills, they can't even look at you (attachment parenting is our preferred parenting ...
We did five days and four nights mid February in Sikkim that with 7.096 square kilometres is the smallest state in India. It used to be a separate kingdom in the past and this is sill noticeable in the proudness of the Sikkimese we spoke to and their culture. It is more Nepali than Indian. They also still ask permits from foreign visitors who can get in only through Rampo and Mello. Tansi told us that the population is 720,000, ...