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... wankered by 10am and let's face it, a lot of Indian blokes (not all, just many) can't keep their paws to themselves even when they have full control of their faculties. Loads of foreign chicks get randomly groped on buses or trains, or just walking down the street, and the worst thing is the men don't think they've done anything wrong. They don't see it as the sexual assault it is. A friend of mine had her tits ...
... us a picnic basket, which we found waiting for us in our chauffeured jeep.
And lastly, we can't forget the Tea. We were given a private tour of their tea estate, by the charming and enigmatic estate manager -- I know so much about tea now, it really is a science -- followed by an extensive tasting of their collection. We had so much fun.
If heaven turns out to be anything less than the Glenburn Tea Estate, I will be ...
... but all in all it was a great day.
My last activity - trying to find a football (aka soccer) shirt from Darjeeling ended in failure but I did make it back to the hotel all by myself in the dark. After I got back - it was back to sorting and repacking - it was a much bigger ordeal than other day's repacking for some reason. Suzanne and I - Suzanne did the calculations - had to work out who owed who what and that took a bit of time - but it all ...
... back home. I'm sure most of the travellers end up here on an evening given that Darjeeling turns in to a ghost town after 8pm. After the girls had a few beers we illuminated our way back to the guesthouse with torches and said goodbye to Franz, our new adoptee. Three in the bed is normally fine but this bed was on the narrow side and being in the middle made for an uncomfortable nights sleep. We made the most of a lie in before check out and were able to leave our bags ...
- Bus finally arrived in Siliguri at 2:30am! However, no further transport onto Darjeeling was available until 6am so we slept on the bus till then.
- Jumped into a Jeep to take us the last 80km up to Darjeeling on the twisty, but smooth, mountain roads.
- Arrived in Darjeeling at 10am, checked into a lovely hotel (Hotel Tranquility) on top of the ridge overlooking the town, then set off towards the Train Station.
- Once again, absolute chaos at ...