Sunderban Tiger Camp
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... the looks of the garbage piled up in the tree areas and the amount of paint chips coming off the sides of the buildings, it needed a good overhaul. There was a little tram car that went over top of the grounds and by the looks of the repair status of the place, we decided not to take anything mechanical that was elevated up more than a foot off the ground. Safety first. :) There was some cool illusion activities and aquarium fish there, some history on ...
... s famous flower market. I couldn't find a place to stand back in a quiet corner and watch. Who knew selling flowers could be so intense?! In no other city I have been to have I seen so many young kids working - serving up chai, stoking a tandoori fire, or peddling fake leather junk in the markets. It's better than begging, right?
Most foreign travelers ...
From Varanasi we travelled home to Kolkata for a brief 5 day stop over to catch up and spend some time with Jon & Shayna, Gurujee & the family, and share some of Kolkata's sights with Delia and Nina. While in Kolkata we visited the Kali Temple in Dakshineshwar (North Kolkata), where we met a lot of monkeys! We took a boat ride on the Ganges, ...
... familiar, but equally as good. We (I) decided to go to the only bar (Pub Bar) we had seen during our explorations. We were ushered into an extremely well air conditioned bar that was lacking in many patrons & energy. They did have waiters dressed in black & white with bow ties, & considering the dirty outer appearance, it was a bit startling. We sat down in a corner, ordered two beers, spent 3 minutes arguing with the waiter against ordering food, & tried to ...
... cinnamon, aniseed etc.
· Falooda: A layered drink of milk, fruit, noodles, cream etc.
Crazy ‘Only in India’ things
· Cows roaming the street, eating rubbish, pooping everywhere, with the crazy traffic dodging this holy animal.
· Photo shoots: everywhere we went in India the locals would want a photo with us. We were like celebrities.