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... couldn't get any more hippy, I learn something new. This basically means stuff like sowing, harvesting and fertilising etc is sometimes done according to an astrological calendar, or the ******* moon or something. So silver tips are, and I **** you not, the buds of the leaves picked before dawn on the night of the full moon, then processed as black tea. No, really, this is a thing. I wouldn't lie to you about something as serious as tea, guys. There ...
....It was a downhill walk to the jeep stand, a big plus for me. At 7am, we planted ourselves on wooden bench in front of a small market at the jeep-stop. We couldn't afford to miss our ride. Low and behold, the sumo jeep showed up at 7:25am. The packs got loaded on top rack and we squeezed in the seat behind the driver with two other ladies. The jeep took off in the opposite direction stopping where ...
... water. Woman visit with each-other between wash lines.
We continued on our excursion and checked out Hindu, Tibetan and Muslim places of worship. There is even a small church bell chiming on the hour.
People of all backgrounds appear to live in harmony. We made it to the edge of town that borders the tea plantations. The tea plants are more clumpy than the hillsides of tea we observed in other ...
... of being vintage but I am not sure how old it really is. Suzanne and I were quite happy with our room and the bay window overlooking what might be a view if there wasn't a haze throughout the valley. We have a heater, nice heavy blankets, and warm water for a shower.
Now it is a day later and I am wondering what happened. Oh yes, now I remember. There was an optional walk to a monastery that was supposed to be one hour up ...
... 25 sq.kilometers. It is surrounded by a garden on one side and pine trees on the other and linked together by an arching footbridge called Indreni Pul (Rainbow Bridge). A 3.5-km-long road encircles the lake and is used for walks with the view of Kangchenjunga on the far horizon. Boating on the quaint shikaras and pony riding are available. Outstanding view of sunrise and sunset can be seen from Mirik Mountain. One can have the pleasure of visiting the huge area of orange orchards. Mirik is ...