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... engine train to Ghum Station. The amount of noise and clatter the train made was unbelievable. We had a bit of a struggle to find our correct seats and then when I had tried to get a window seat, I was moved to an aisle seat by Mick. He is very thoughtful though and helped me take photos by making suggestions and then he switched with me so that I had the window. The windows were the kind that slide so you really only had a half window and the rest were ...
... over to one of the fields and walked us out to show us the difference in the tea leaves. I think it would be fun to pick tea leaves with some of the local ladies, but I did not get that opportunity. After two days in Darjeeling, we decided it was too far to go to Sickam so we headed to Silgiri. In Silgiri, Deepak head to Bhutan and I spent e night before heading to ...
... Farm but without the screaming. The middle aged woman who cooked us lunch waddled out like Margret to make us some local supa noodles and another cup of tea. We lazed around in the afternoon reading a little and a short walk through the tea plants before dinner. A chicken curry and rice was for tea it was great but they kept feeding us until we couldn't eat any ...
... minutes, mostly about England (must not get a lot of tourists).
... slivovicè -which I don't imagine many have tried but basically it's just quite foul drink with no redeeming features. This is much the same. There isn't really any sweetness, fruit flavours or anything desirable, it's just wheaty, alcoholic tasting bluergh. Then again, if I lived in the mountains I'm sure I could get used to it quite quickly. Better bland but not that nice alcohol then none at all .....(says the alcoholic). We ate, drank and thanked before we hit the ...