Darjeeling Gymkhana Resort
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... a black bear, deersand goats. The part dedicated to the mountains, and in particular mt. Everest was more interesting with all the clothes and the technical means used by various expeditions, from that of English Hillary and his Nepalese Sherpa, in 1953, until other very recent.There was also the plan of Himalaya chain that starts from Kashmir through Nepal, Sikkim Assam comes to that final ...
... in. In the evening we went out for a mixed grill which I defiantly needed as I had not had meat for 5 days. Then we collapsed infront of star movies on the tv. The next day We were up to early for Darjeeling which unlike other Indian locations nothing opens here till like 9 its really odd. Anyway once things got going we hunted for a train ticket to Delhi, we hunted as we wanted a higher class on the fast train that is 23hrs when the other trains range from 28hrs to 38hrs. If I ...
... up Luke and having another lunch at Glenaries, Luke, Alicia, Dave, and I went off to the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute ("HMI") and the Zoo (same grounds and ticket).
The Zoo was actually quite good and the enclosures were pretty large and leafy, if the animals wanted to hide then they could. Much happier to walk round this one, unlike the Elephant breeding place in Chitwan. We were there near closure time and it was quite funny hearing the ...
... gave the place the name Darjeeling, when the British East India Company set up the first military station and started planing tea bushes in 1835). Looking out there's a terrific view of Khangchendzonga - at 8598 meters it's the highest peak in a India and the worlds third highest mountain. The Darjeeling Toy Train is also a total hoot. It's a narrow gauged mini train which was built by the British in 1881 and is still running strong. It was originally built to shlep people ...
... explain what was wrong with his hair. Everything was great until the face massage, which involved dunking my face in a bucket of old spice while Sweeny tried his hardest to break my nose. I'm not sure what twelve rounds with Mike Tyson feels like, but I imagine that it's not as bad as Sweeny's massage. Meanwhile Ben had fixed his hair and was watching on. He found the whole process quite funny and has compiled the montage photo ...