When the world is stagnant, when the oxygen level in the air doubles or triples, people are still stockpiling oxygen cylinders at home, when there is a sense of disbelief among childhood friends, when thousands of people involved in travel and hotel business are lost in the uncertain future, when travel is thirsty. Exhausted, they showed the way. They are a group of forty-six female friends. They are all friends through Facebook. This is the first time they met on the platform of Sealdah station. They are all associated with different livelihoods. Some work, some do drama and some are housewives or brides. But they all have a great deal in common. That is, they are all travel-thirsty, nature-loving and open-minded friends.
Last week their journey was to Suntalikhola in North Bengal. The day before yesterday they returned to Calcutta. They reached Siliguri the next day on the night infantry express from Sealdah. From there we reached a unique beautiful world in a two hour journey. He is not afraid of any hunter in the world, there is no pain to cover his face because the name of the place is Jaldhaka. They pitched a tent in a private hotel in Nagarakata. Then for three days just walk under the blue sky, run and want to touch the indescribable beauty and joy of nature that can touch people to get rid of all the exhaustion of life. Bathing in the water of the fountain, sitting on a big stone throne, soaking 8 pairs of feet in the mountain river, the story of six red and blue umbrellas in the pouring rain, lost in the nature, in the lap of the mountain river of Laliguras. A feast at the hotel with fresh fish broth from the hilly river, tasting chicken momos with smoked tea at Samsung's aunt's shop in the afternoon and sitting under a milky shade tree red golden tree in the middle of a dense green tea garden and singing with 6 voices ...
"My release is light in this sky".
Based in Nagarakata, they visited Jaldhaka, Rocky Island, Suntalikhola, Chalsa, Metli, Samsing, Laliguras for three days. These places are very familiar to me due to the fact that I used to work in Siliguri and I used to visit different parts of North Bengal. On the way back to Siliguri from Cooch Behar, Alipurduar on Saturday, I went down several times with my bag. There I left the general hotel room in the morning and walked 10-15 km to Metli, Samsing, Laliguras. I talked to the tea garden workers. I heard about their misery and then I came back to Chalsa in a tea garden company tractor. Today, after seeing the pictures shared by the friend of the playwright, I wanted to share them, Friends, the zamindar house of Bangladesh is beautiful. It stands as a symbol of time by spreading its beauty. In the secluded countryside, the shady, bird-calling, clear waterfalls enchant the visitors. Visitors are invited to see this beauty once and for all, with a variety of local and foreign flower ceremonies and a flower garden surrounded by ornamental leaves. In the trees, in the morning and in the evening, in the chirping of the birds, the gentle, calm noise-free environment will give you a different kind of travel feeling. A variety of flower colors and scents around the ceremony. Like a dedicated wreath. In a word, it is like heaven. In the evolution of time, the beautiful zamindar's house has become a witness of the time. It will be decorated with flowers and leaves. On 12 September 1998, the second largest Khulna Divisional Museum in Bangladesh was established next to the Public Hall adjacent to Shivbari Junction in Khulna District. Photographs of various heritage sites and other important installations in the southern region are one of the attractions of this museum. The Khulna Divisional Museum has preserved rare artifacts from excavations at various places such as Bharat Viyana in Jessore, Rubber Bazaar in Jhenaidah in Jhenaidah and Khanjahan Ali Samadhi in Bagerhat. Besides, the museum in Khulna division has various types of antiquities of Gupta, Pala, Sen, Mughal and British period, terracotta, stone and black stone idols, gold and silver coins of Mughal period, copper, iron, brass, earthenware and glassware. All the sights from different places come to travel. Kamal Bhai, 63, and Helal Bhai, 65, are our two favorite traveling companions. It is not that I have not found a traveling companion older than him on some relaxing trips in the past but not only Barisal Backwater or Tangua, Kamal Bhai rode with us (rather if before us) to Chandranath, walked the Barbakund Trail, went to Damtuatak in Alikadam. We camped together on the open coast of Sandwip in the freezing cold. Tetulia has taken the trouble of traveling 1600 kilometers in two days! This time Helal went with his brother on the Nakata trail, the next day to Faruwa. Kamal bhai chiryaubana, clean saved, sunglasses in the eyes. So age cannot be understood in that way. But Helal Bhai's well-groomed beard shows that Helal Bhai is in his seventies. However, these hair-beard or age analogy and the number! They are both very smart and responsible travel companions. Give a short brief and you will understand everything, which is not always possible to say more than once to many others. Tuktak never complains about, which is gladly accepted. Never want to be the cause of the team's trouble, not so far. I listen to them quietly on every tour, I see I learn a lot It feels good. However, it is a pity that seeing the friendship and enthusiasm of these two makes me feel good and a fear arises! In this age of adulteration, will I ever be able to reach their age at all by eating ashes? Will the urge to travel survive even if you push it? Or will you meet such a friend for travel? On Friday, the West Bengal government announced that all the zoos and sanctuaries in the state would be opened for tourists. Soon after, the Sikkim government is going to lift the ban on tourists and inter-state travel. Therefore, during the Durgapuja season, there was virtually no obstacle for travel-hungry Bengalis to visit Sikkim.
However, even if you can travel, the travel experience will not be as open as before. Despite allowing travel, the Sikkim government is issuing many guidelines for tourists. The Sikkim government is also sending guidelines to hotels to prevent Kovid infection. However, at the same time, they have been informed that Sikkim will be open for tourism from October 10. Helicopter service will also open. And all these bookings will start from 26th September. The current ban on taxis and other hired vehicles is also being lifted. All hotels and home stays are also opening. Even foreigners will be allowed to travel from October 1.
The opening up of Sikkim tourism will not only benefit the tourists, it will also benefit the tourism industry. Usually from October to December-January, Sikkim is crowded with Bengali tourists. Therefore, with the opening of tourism in Sikkim and the opening of sanctuaries in North Bengal at the same time, the tourism industry thinks that the tourism industry will start earning again. Ulipur Munshibari is located in Dharnibari union of Ulipur upazila of Kurigram. The huge buildings of Munshi's house stand on about 39 acres of land about two kilometers away from Alipur Bazar. This magnificent munshibari was built in the eighteenth century under the supervision of Shri Brajendra Lal Munshi, the foster son of Binodi Lal. The main building has a bedroom, dining hall, kitchen, drawing room, restroom and guest house. At the back of the main house there are Shiva temple, open dolmancha, tulsi altar, nat temple, Durga temple and bath house with very. In addition to the main gate there are jackfruit flower trees and paved pond ghat. In all these places of interest, people like to travel more by bus. Gain a lot of knowledge and ideas about human history. I also took a bus from Jessore to Dhaka for business work through Epidemic Corner where we will be given a lot of training about our work and our work officers will be present. I will be there together. Now that the whole world is engulfed, when I get out of the house, I feel like I'm overwhelmed by the realization that God's will is on everyone, I have to run from one place to another to earn the money I need to survive in it, because of Corona's panic. I have been sitting inside the bus with my face covered, my head covered with fish in my mouth and with my glass in my hand, I have traveled a long way to maintain my safety, there are many more people inside the bus and they are all in their custody. Due to the corona inside the bus, two seats have been reserved so that you can get a safe from the corolla a little. All in all, we are all sitting in our respective seats inside the bus, to reach the destination. Tokyo is a gorgeous beast; a chaotic modern metropolis intersected by gracious hospitality and arcane etiquette.
Rebuilt rapidly and without much care for appearances after World War II, the city is cleaning up its act and unveiling new areas as it heads towards the 2020 Olympic Games. In Sendagaya, near the new stadium, cafés and boutiques are springing up, while in Tomigaya, close to the original 1964 Olympic venues, hipster bars and restaurants are becoming de rigueur. The city has naturally grown in a circle around the Imperial Family’s residence – a surprisingly humble, low-rise abode hidden by gardens. Much of the real Tokyo is hidden, too – behind closed doors, down alleyways, screened by noren curtains or concealed by walls. It’s this “insider versus outsider” attitude that can make doing business here quite confusing. Politeness is used to show care as well as to keep you at arm’s length. Addresses seem confounding, rules are opaque and real feelings are kept quiet. But breaking the code (alcohol helps!) opens up the city like a jewellery box. Find your local café, wine bar or gym and you’ll be “welcomed home”. Tokyo rewards persistence. Extreme misery is being felt on the road of Khaskhamar village in Ward 3 of Kulia Union of Debhata Upazila. No one has taken the initiative to pave the road since independence. Which is still the cause of the suffering of the people of this village. As the days go by, Bangladesh is being transformed into a digital touch, but the people of this khaskhamar village are deprived of that touch. Going to the ground, one can see the dilapidated condition of the road. Somewhere there are bricks and somewhere there are no roads. Meanwhile, acting chairman of Debhata upazila Habibur Rahman Sabuj and Satkhira district council member Al Ferdous Alfa came to see the road on Saturday (September 19). At this time they went with a lot of assurance from the people of the area to repair the road. Speaking to locals, it is learned that thousands of people from the village use this two-kilometer road in Khaskhamar. Currently the road is in very bad condition. There is a government primary school in this village. To study at the secondary and higher secondary level, the children of the village use the dirt road to travel to various schools and colleges in Satkhira, including Bahera AT Secondary School, Srirampur United College, three kilometers away. Most of the people of the village make a living by working in various local industries. Many also do agriculture. The brick road of the little rain hall is covered with mud. Then rickshaws and vans, autorickshaws cannot run. Even walking becomes difficult. The people's representatives have been promising to pave this road for many years. Yakub Ali of this village said, "I have to study very hard to return home after business at night. Besides, I have to study in the rainy season even if I return home on a motorcycle." Will the road ever be paved? The road needs to be paved. Habibur Rahman Sabuj, acting chairman of the upazila, said, "I am coming to see the road as soon as I hear about it. Measures will be taken to repair the road very soon." District council member Al Ferdous Alfa said Debhata upazila is moving forward day by day and this will be a little behind, it looks bad, quick action will be taken. Asadul Islam, acting chairman of the Kulia Union, said most of the roads in his union had been paved. This road will be worked on in a short time. The locals demanded the concerned authorities to pave the road soon. Puri tour after lockdown.
After 6 months of suffocating lockdown, like everyone else, we are out of breath. Family tours in the corona virus are not as easy as they used to be, so the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about where to go is Puri, a well-known beach in Orissa.
The place to go is right - but the real question is where to stay with the 2.5 year old. In the midst of this epidemic, safe hotel selection is more important than the tour destination. So going to the internet, Sterling Hotel seemed right and we immediately booked online for one night and two days.
At the moment, it seems safer for us to go in our own car than to travel on public transport. We started our journey from Paradwip at 8.30 am on 13th September. Those who are thinking of coming by car from West Bengal, they can come. Now there is no checking at Odisha or Bengal border. The road from West Bengal to Puri via Bhubaneshwar is very good. However, there is no place to eat on the street. So some food and adequate drinking water should be taken with you before starting the journey.
It takes us 4 hours to cross the 16 km long route from Paradwip. We arrive at Sterling Puri Hotel at 12.30 pm. The hotel is located at the far end of Marine Drive.
We booked classic sea view room with complementary breakfast. Room rent 3600 rupees, GST extra. The room is quite large and clean. The room has a balcony with unobstructed views of the sea. Sitting on this balcony gave me a unique experience of seeing the sea and hearing the roar of the sea.
It is worth mentioning here that we have taken with us masks, disinfectant spray, hand sanitizers, bedsheet, pillow cover, towel and liquid hand-wash as COVID prevention measure. Before entering the room, I sprayed disinfectant on all the furniture and door handle. Even though the sheets and towels in the room were clean, we used our things.
After lunch we rested and went out to the beach. The hotel has a beach of its own, although we did not land on the beach because of the rain. I reached in front of the light house by car. Very few people, Puri beach and sunset - very nice. Most restaurants are still closed. Wow momo is open to quench the evening hunger. After that I spent some time next to the swimming pool next to the hotel. After dinner I went to sleep. The hotel food is quite delicious.
In the morning I went again and appeared on the beach. When you come to visit Puri, if you don't wake up in the morning and go to the beach, the journey will be incomplete. Then I went to the cockatoo shop next to Swargadwar and appeared in search of Khwaja. The cockatoo is now open and selling khwaja in its glory.
The temple of Jagannath Dev is closed, so we did not go to the temple.
After checking out we started the return journey. After a long period of house arrest, we are refreshed by the transmission of Vitamin Sea. Those who are thinking of coming, go out without thinking. Now that the number of tourists in Puri is less, you can follow social distancing. And you can stay at the Sterling Puri Hotel for the night.