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... of mountains and valleys. Most tourists try to stay near the Mall area to be close to hub of all activities, restaurants and shops. So due to high demand, hotel rates are comparatively higher in the Mall area. Alternatively you can stay a bit away, enjoy better rates, nature & views, and a location relatively free of crowd. We spent 3 chilly nights in Darjeeling before we left for our next destination . PATNA !!!! ...
... It was one recommended in Jacqui's guidebook for tandoori so we made a reservation for 7:00 pm dinner. I liked the vegetable pakora and crunchy pork appetizers (I have taken to eating meat on my trips now) that I shared with Jacqui and the favorite drink of this tour - fresh lime soda. We can't seem to get plain lime juice outside Myanmar.
After lunch, some of us went in search of postcards and, when we had those, postcard stamps. The ...
... windows of the dorm rooms were very leaky) and the only way to stay warm was to pile on multiple old and somewhat tattered heavy blankets available in each room (we didn’t have our own sleeping bags). We took our meals in the guesthouses, often in a small unheated and dimly lit room. Food was plentiful, but simple (we did get to eat yak meat one night!).
Since our visit coincided with the start of the tourist season in Singalila, all ...
... a guess its around
-1 degree. Our hotel is old but we have great views and hot water.
Sunday 17th feb
Today we walked to the Himalayan Zoological Park where we were very privileged to see the Snow Leopard and a cloud leopard. It was freezing cold about 2 degrees and we found them curled up in a ball. Other animals there were the Black Bear, 2 Bengali tigers, leopards, a panther which is a black ...
Mount Everest (8848m), the one place you can truly utter the words "top of the world".
Maybe a challenge too far in monsoon season, without any preparation and lacking in fitness....so we opted to climb the popular route to Everest Base Camp (5365m) instead :-)
Travel Tip: There are NO views of Everest from base camp (its more practical, not a tourist attraction), in fact, there is no base camp at all outside of trekking season! ...