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London, UK, 30 Jan 2011

THE DAY OF HAPPINESS, 30 JAN 2011

Yesterday I had one of the most memorable and special days during the last few weeks. Me and some friends decided to get a travel card for one day and during that day to see as many places as possible. We especially wanted to visit as many temples as we could in different places of London, that was our first target. Anyhow, on our way we changed our plans a little, first we went to see some museums in South Kensington, it was Natural History Museum and Royal Albert Hall. Although we had not much time to look around them they are too big. I have to mention, that those museums are free, so if my readers visit London they should visit those museums also, it’s interesting to see.
After visiting the museums we went to visit a temple in Neasden called Swami Narayana Hindu Temple and Wembley central Hindu temple, those are very nice orientated and beautiful designed.
My friends were speechless and fascinated to see how they look inside. I showed them around explaining about every God from the pantheon, it was very interesting for them.
Then, in the evening we went to visit my Wembley family. Utpal and his brother Ujjwal with their wives and children. It’s amazing family, so close, so open-minded and bright, every time I visit them it seems I come home.
On the way to the family we were getting really hungry. When we came there Didi (Utpal brother’s wife) made us magnificent dinner, we all enjoyed it a lot. My friends I brought don’t eat traditional Indian food very often, so it was a real pleasure for them and I saw how happy they were drinking that masala tea, eating fish curry and trying other food.

Thank you my dear family for those joyful moments we shared.

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About Somen Debnath

Dear friends, my name is Somen Debnath. I am a resident of the village of Basanti, Sundarbans, West Bengal, which is a great mangrove forest and the largest tiger reserve in India. My "Around the World Bicycle Tour for HIV/AIDS Awareness Programme & Presentation of Indian Culture" started on 27th of May 2004, two days after I acquired Bachelor degree in Zoology from the University of Calcutta. I have also completed 'Visarad' in Fine Arts from the Sarbabhartiya University. My goal is to cover 191 countries till 2020. I will travel 200.000 km in the whole world and reach nearly 20 million people. 118.000 km I will travel for charity, that's why I'm selling my Km to people. The support I will get from people buying my kilometres will help me fulfill my other dream: to build a Global village in my native place, Basanti, Sundarbans.

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