Day 6 @ Vijyoshi Camp 2014

Since we had to checkout today, we played Mafia whole night till 5 AM. After this, we enjoyed a sleep of 2 hours.

This day was full of fun and adventure. We had train at 5 PM in evening and we were dropped at 10 AM at the railway station by volunteers.

So we had our lunch at KFC and then moved to Victoria Memorial using prepaid taxi. As usual, they tried to troll us for extracting as much money as they can. They forgot Google Maps can show navigation and distance. Spent there lot of time. Enjoyed.

Unfortunately, we were in radius of 3-4 kms from Eden Gardens but still didnt went to see the Rohit Sharma's historical knock against Sri Lanka as we had to board the train. I wish we had train a day later.

Luckily, our group was in same compartment. Talked all day long. Studied and discussion was also there. (After all we had KVPY All India Rank 1 Bhavya Choudhary with us in our group.)

Thats all about this wonderful trip. Looking ahead for more like this.

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So it looks as if you also follow cricket! @Pranjal Jain

Sualeh Asif - 4 years, 12 months ago

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Yeah! Obviously! Every Indian does! I dont know why they dont change national game to cricket! Soccer:Brazil=Cricket:India

Pranjal Jain - 4 years, 12 months ago

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It is the same with us pakistanis. And we also have our national game as hockey. (Well looking forward to 14 February 2015)

Sualeh Asif - 4 years, 12 months ago

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@Sualeh Asif Yeah! Quite excited for that heated up match! But it would be peak time for jee preparations! I dont think I would be watching that live! :(

Pranjal Jain - 4 years, 11 months ago

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