Glenburn Tea Estate
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... War Memorial. Following the ride, we toured the Museum where we saw the original engine.
Following lunch at a restaurant, cost us $3.60 this time, we visited the Tibetan Refugee Self Help Centre to watch carpet weaving, spinning of wool etc. Saw snow leopards, cloud leopards, Bengal Tigers, black leopard, red pandas and Himalayan wolves to name a few at the Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoo.
Back to hotel at 5.30 pm, a very long day. Our guide had to get Permits for ...
... what we liked (probably a good idea!).
Walking through the market I noticed that most of the women wear sarees or other Indian outfits everywhere - they are beautiful and brightly coloured, which really adds to the atmosphere. We also noticed that (as we'd heard) there really are cows all over the roads, which have right of way. Some of them just sit in the street and the cars and rickshaws have to drive around them!
On the first night Mum and I ...
... a recipe for the last time we got together, I tend to talk about food when I have a few. So I guess I had promised to make these wings and the family had the ingredients ready for me. Do you know how much trouble they went to, to get chicken wings, ask me sometime I will not say it here, but I will say they went above and beyond. No problem, I jumped in the kitchen to find there was NO stove, but there was a microwave. How am ...
... be driven across, weaving through valleys and ridges of lush vegetation, a menagerie of neon green as far as the eye can see. I searched out simple accommodation sandwiched between tea plantations, a wonderful place to drop the backpack and unwind. I spent a couple days in town, searching out local places for food and drink as always, and unintentionally drawing lots of attention from local people. Simply wandering about town won me friendship and invitations to meet ...