Hotel Nesh Inn Patna
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... is traveling alone on the train in seemingly perfect ease and confidence. After chatting for a few minutes I explain to him my situation due to the delay which is, find out caused by heavy fog. He suggest that I could get off the train much earlier in Patna which is only 5 hours away and take a flight from there to Kolkata in order to catch my other flight. This sounds like a good idea and I keep it in mind as an ...
3. Indians still believe in the kindergarten afternoon nap. Although a siesta might be popular around the world, the shear heat of India seems to force one into an afternoon slumber. Although Jim and Nicole were not as quickly to adjust to this cultural difference, I believe in complete cultural adjustment so I started napping right away (and I am quite good at it).
Now lets jump into some of the things that take some adjustment, but have been easy ...
... but our campus is recharged from solar cells on the roof (Bonus of living at a Solar Alternatives Company's workshop) so it is rare that we have a true black out. Unfortunately, this is not the case for many people in Bihar and they are forced to live in darkness for 30-40% of the time. This week has been unusually bad (as our host told us) as the power was out for over 15hrs and they were very worried that the batteries would run out and ...
... planning. This centre covers 99 households that have on average five or six family members. The angawadi asistant is Mrs. Surat Kumari.
I am here to get a reality check on the sanitation and communication sitution in rural Bihar for the Sector Wide Approach to Strengthen Health (SWASHT) programme, a pound sterling 150 million programme to increase water, sanitation and nutrition for better health in Bihar. With me and helping ...
... that's not technically true. Tonight I ran into a German and a Swiss who were traveling companions. I went to the train station to grab a quick bite to eat and they were waiting for their connection. They had no intention of actually staying in Patna. It was just a place to get to another place. They were as surprised to see me as I was to see them. They also hadn't seen a westerner since they stepped on the train.