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... is taken very ******* seriously here and it's not served as the chai in the rest of the country is. That would be sacrilege. It's served black and unsweetened, like nectar of the gods, and you'll pay around ₹70 for a cup in the high end places, and we did frequent the high end places because there's something about sipping tea, chosen from a seven page menu, from a glass cup, with your pinky up, that makes you feel a little bit posh. ...
... very sweet and did not stop laughing. Our trainee was quiet and clearly not drunk as he is a monk and doesn't really drink and definitely does not smoke but he is sweet and looks a little like the world is crushing in on him at all times. GD gives us strict instructions in the evening, I don't think they are meant to be direct he just speaks this way but he says things like "I give you hot bottle and then you go to bed" like its a military order, it makes us laugh. The next day ...
... The parking lot and entry road were crowded with 4x4s and we had seen many people walking up the mountainside to get to the peak before the sun rose. When we got there, there was a pink stripe on the eastern horizon. Our local guide called for us to follow him up to the Superior Deluxe Lounge. It turned out that only Tony and I followed. There weren't too many people there so I stationed myself in a good place and took some photos pre-sunrise. A few times ...
One of my favorite all time movies, is Wes Anderson's 2007 "The Darjeeling Limited" with Owen Wilson. From seeing that movie maybe three times, I had visions about what the train actually looked like. However, as with almost all fiction, the reality was something completely different.
First, there is no train in India called the Darjeeling Limited. There is an active narrow gauge (2 ...
... catch the sunrise from the elevated viewpoint. The awakening of the sleep induced valley and the golden peaks as the sun's rays fall on them. This sight was breathtaking! The sleepy earth and mountains soaked in seas of crimson and gold. This was an unforgettable experience.
The guest house was located at the top which made the stay even more beautiful. The hospitality of the family was overwhelming.
The village itself is very beautiful. ...