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Travel Blogs from Darjeeling
... dans les feuilles et la température ambiante entre 1 à 3 heures de temps. Le fait que les feuilles une fois cueillies commencent à fermenter fait que les fabrique de thé vert doivent se trouver à proximité des plantations, autrement le thé vert tourne en thé noir avant qu’il ne soit arrivé à l’usine. Pour tout ceux qui avaient encore un doute : LE THE VERT et le THE NOIR sont fait DE LA MÊME PLANTE. Le thé VERT n’est PAS FERMENTE, le thé NOIR l’ ...Ilam, Nepal sonja_and_david
... my first day, I took a three hour walk down the road into the Indian side, and got suspicious looks from everyone along the way. I bumped into someone who spoke English at one point, and he told me that Westerner's wandered down here only about once a year, which was why everyone was looking at me so strangely. So, the next day, I crossed into Nepal for a three hour walk. Since this is not an official border crossing and there ...Maney Bhanjang, West Bengal, India cmm80
... to not take video for that day. So that's why there is the lack of video for Day 2, sorry. We then realized how far we had gone down, and how far up we now had to go. Again, Neema pointed straight up and said, we're staying at the top of this hill. It was really intense going. Along the way I started to feel really tired and got a pretty intense head ache. The group had split into two (Andrew, Will, Neema and Eric ...Darjeeling, West Bengal, India heatherandrew
... Darjeeling. Even with the seriously scary road conditions, our driver did manage to pass a dozen or so slower cars on the way up Incidentally we are located at around 6500 feet but it seems much higher as the valley floor was right about sea level. When you consider that many of the valleys in the Rockies are at about 5000 feet, the drive up, had we done a similar drive in Colorado, would have taken us to somewhere around 11,000 feet.Darjeeling, West Bengal, India ranette
... on my bunk once I'd put my bag in bed with me too - the small change had dropped out my pocket and gone down the back of the bench to shower everyone else down below. Ooops. So I really didn't want a repeat with the daal. The compartment wasn't separate from the rest of the train. Not a cabin, I guess you only get that in 1st class. Basically the carriage has an aisle running through it, not through the centre but off to the side ...New Jalpaiguri, West Bengal, India izzie