Our trip keeps getting better. On Saturday we spent the afternoon in the central shopping district walking around the Sir Stuart Hogg Market, or New Market. It was built by the British in 1873 and is comprised of hundreds of vendors selling everything from spices, to fish, to t-shirts and jewelry. Residents of Kolkata can get anything and everything they need from the market, and tourists are definitely welcome. We did some shopping and bargaining with several colorful characters and walked out with a few nice items to remember the trip by. It is named after Sir Stuart Saunders Hogg who was an advocate for the building of the market while serving in many British governmental roles.