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... who sat next to me took several photos of us together on his phone after the trip. Clearly I'm a novelty. I chose to take the day bus that leaves at 4:30am because our guide book warned that taking a night bus in Nepal is very dangerous. As Lonely Planet notes, "You are more than 30 times more likely to die in a road accident in Nepal than in most developed countries. During the course of researching this guide we passed ten fatal bus crashes in one ten-day period, which between ...
... mountains. The earlier you arrive, the better place you find to stand.
Samten Choling Monastery :
Once you have witnessed the Sunrise @ Tiger Hills, when descending, you can visit the Samten Choling Buddhist Ghoom Monastery. The main attraction is the huge 26-foot model of Lord Buddha.
Batasia Loop :
One of the main attractions in Darjeeling is the "Joy Ride" in the Toy train (steam engine). Batasia loop is the place where the train makes ...
... from the previous 2 days so it kept our interest up nicely. We stopped about 11.30 in one of the fields and sat against a fallen tree. The clouds were coming and going, when the sun wasn't blocked it was beautiful and warm and you could feel the heat of the sun against your face and body. As soon as the sun was hidden by clouds it felt chilly as the soft wind cut through our moist clothes. We sat there for about half an hour going through a continuos cycle of being nice ...
... that was that! It was stunning though and perhaps even more impressive a view than we had on our trek.
To say the weather has been a little 'English' whilst we've been in Darjeeling is an understatement. With the exception of one day, it has rained, thundered and been pea soup foggy!
A sort of traveler's malaise has set in now and we're kind of stuck in Darjeeling. We're not really doing anything and we haven't really made the most of the town ...
... Napal to get our passports stamped to enter India. We arrived in Siliguri 1 hour later and after being told the fare was 200 rupees per person found that the fare was in Indian rupees, not Nepali rupees making it slightly more money than we thought...need to keeps our wits about us! Craig went to get us some drinks and in the time it took him I was asked if I would like to buy an apple, a banana, an icecream, if I needed ...