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... Were we? The bloke just motioned us upstairs so up we went and knocked. We were greeted by Anjana who showed us into her fabulous home and told us a bed would be ₹350 a night. Boom. Absolutely perfect, and any ideas Joe might have initially had about staying one night then trying to find somewhere even cheaper were ****** off as soon as we realised was an awesome, chilled out place Joshi's was. Even he was happy to pay for such ...
... our heads out the window (with eyes pealed for oncoming objects at very close quarters) and people watching. There is something about a train that brings people on to the streets to wave at complete strangers. We have just about perfected our "royal' salute.
Installed in the Dekling Hotel, we are starting to experience the cold, asking for extra blankets, heaters and we were supplied with hotwater bottles to defrost our ...
... and asked if I wanted to ride my horse. The look on Kirtys face was priceless. Dam right I want to ride my horse. She knew I had not taken a horse to miss the hills and this had just seemed to work out this way. I climbed up and we went the long way and passed Kirsty and the guides puffing ******* the way up. It took me an hour to do the hill on a horse and Kirsty an hour and 15 which I thought was excellent time as did the guides who puffed along behind her. She of course would ...
... at the top we couldn't see more than 5 feet in front of us. We also found the hotel situation in Darjeeling to be a bust… overpriced and just as dreary as the weather. We ended up staying in a hotel that insisted they had “hot water” though we could never get more than a small dribble to come out of the shower head. So instead we started filling a bucket with hot water and bathing out of that; not so bad when ...
... a jeep or a tourist hub, just soaking up the scenery. For me, traveling the roads was a real treat - slowly winding, working our way down or up an extremely steep hillside - our deactivation visible on the hillside across the valley, perhaps 2-3 hours away yet only about 5 minutes away for a crow. Sikkim is definitely a place to have wings. For three-and-a-half months I travelled through the Indian Himalayas - on foot, on motorcycle, in jeeps. My time spent ...