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... our way back we tried one last time and found it!....but it was closed with no sign indicating the time it would re-open so we had to view from the outside. We caught a shared jeep back to Kurseong a 2.5 hour journey for 70p each, we could see why when we were packed in like sardines!! The evening meal with the Chettri's was washed down with rice beer, it was suprisingly tasty. By now we had learnt a quite a few words of Nepalese. ...
... to anyway but it would be nice to think buying from her and not in the town did some good. This is one of my serious dislikes about India, you never know if people are telling the truth, its a sales tactic or a straight out con. I hate it because I don't trust anyone here of believe any of the sad stories I hear. A cab driver once was on the phone stopped the car and told us to pay him what the meter showed and get another cab as his mother was ill, its horrible that I ...
We had a fairly early night as we had decided to get up at 03:30 to travel to a viewing point called Tiger hill where subject to favourable weather conditions you can see a good sunrise. We walked down to the taxi stand and had the choice of a dedicated vehicle for 1000RS or shared for 120RS each so we went for the shared. All was well with three of us on the back seat then just as we were about to go an Indian from Punjab decided to squeeze in. He ...
... were given some autonomy from the Indian government. Not enough though, it seems, and the protests continue from the non- payment of taxes and bills to using India Idol to vote for the Gorkha candidate to win as a way of drawing attention to the cause!
Running through the streets all the way up the mountainside is a small railroad track used by the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a steam “toy train” that has operated across ...
... you are and how much you ache' situation. We had toyed with the idea of a few beers and cards with the other guys earlier but once we were in bed we didn't want to move. The guys came into our room and said they were going to get a few beers so Gent, who wasn't quite as tucked up as I said he would go. 15 mins later they came back armed with beers and snacks and crashed our room. Luckily I had started to feel more human so sat up and reluctantly accepted a beer. It was the 8% ...