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... into the street - into baskets and then dumped them on the garbage truck. This took quite awhile, but finally we managed to pass the garbage truck. We didn't get back to the hotel for breakfast until around 8 am.
We had a quick breakfast because the drivers wanted as early a start for the second part of our program for the day as possible since there was a political rally scheduled today - prior to elections in a day or two. We headed out for ...
... had vegetables) with a sweet chilli sauce, accompanied by a very odd watery soup. We ordered 10 between us but thankfully ended up with 10 each due to miscommunication and polished off the lot. We spent a large portion of the day on the internet catching up with all things family and friends and met a German guy called Franz who joined us for dinner and drinks that night as he was travelling alone. We found a very cute pub, Joeys, that wouldn't look out of place in ...
... in the back and board what is supposed to be a luxury bus, and another laugh comes out of my mouth. I don't care though as I'm just glad I made the bus, I have my visa and I'm heading to India with someone that I at least sort of know and that knows the language. We sit on the bus from 540 till about 7 pm before the bus actually pulls out of the bus station. I sweated it and ran for no reason today. Figures. Well off to India. So as we slowly crawl out of Kathmandu, I ...
... trains were all full, hence why Pete's card was declined, you could only book a waiting list ticket???
Thursday 28th November 2013 (Darjeeling to Maney Bhanjyang & Tumling)
- Up at 6am, quick shower then set off to the bus station looking for transport to Maney Bhanjyang and the start of the Singalila Ridge Trek ...
... same meal we'd had everyday but with added bonus of chicken this time. I asked Niraj if the chicken was one they had there that was still alive or what? He said that the man of the house was bringing it from his brother's. About an hour later the guy arrived. He was a bit younger then I was expecting, probably about our age and looked like a nice smiley chap. He had under his arm a live 'mountain chicken!'. I'm not sadistic or anything but I was chuffed to see what I was ...