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... temple a very special atmospheric quality. As we left the grounds, someone mentioned the chimney with smoke. People were putting something on it and throwing seeds. I asked what it was they were putting on - incense, rice, and now I have forgotten what the paste-like substance was. Oh, well.
I forgot to mention the ride up the road to the viewpoint. It was quite bad - potholes, loose stones, rocks in the road and, of course, the crazy traffic, with ...
... traveled through many varied Indian landscapes, like deserts. I distinctly remember a scene in the movie with camels (which do occur in Rajasthan and some other arid regions of the country). However, the Darjeeling Himalaya Railway only runs for around 50 miles traversing the mountainous of North Bengal State (elevations from around 350-7,200 feet).
In the movie, I think the engine was ...
... is only one immigration person and he is doing outbound people for now. Finally though I'm actually processed into India and my visa is stamped. By this time, Deepak has found a ride and negotiated a price to Darjeeling. We then take a 3 hour jeep ride to Darjeeling and accept the first hotel in town that we are shown. I will sleep well tonight for sure after a hot shower. This is what fun travel times are like. I'm loving it, or would love some Mc Donald's right about ...
... crisp and clean, and besides the overwhelming number of dogs and excessive honking of horns, Darjeeling has the perfect ski village feel to it. It didn't take Britta-"hey are those pastries?"-Rasmussen long to discover Glenary's - a little bakery with free wifi- where we set up camp for most of the day. We filled up on pots of the infamous local tea, indulged in the first legit sandwiches we have encountered on this trip and of course- lots ...
... world after Lhasa and birthplace of the sixth Dalai Lama. For years Tawang has been off limits to tourists being in an area fought over by Indian and China in 1962. But since 2011 permit restrictions have been relaxed somewhat and Andrew advised it was worth the risk of missing Sikkim and trying to acquire one of these permits.
Consequently, I needed to get to Guwahati, the capital of Assam quick and ascertain whether it was possible to acquire ...