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... eating from just outside, like before we could have contributed our fingers to its lunch if we wanted, we were that close. We all decided even without seeing more it was well worth the 50p! Perhaps best zoo ever. As it was almost closing time, we tried to see the wolves which hid and missed the yaks and otters, but we had seen many yak in Tibet. A really enjoyable day, and Jason and Jordan were good company.
Back on the truck the following day we ...
... bus with no room for your knees. Delays, and you arrive late...like today!
The high spirits displayed as we left the hotel in Delhi were dampened when we arrived at the metro to find our train pulling out. Thirty seconds late, 15 minute delay. Whilst waiting Annie got three mozzie bites!
Arriving at the airport we were concerned to see signs only for Terminal 3; we were flying from Terminal 1, which didn't appear to exist! A little ...
... told her to draw him and then he went down to sit, struck a pose, and waited while she drew him. Another man came up and wanted her. To draw him as well and then he just sat there chatting her and Traci up, but ignoring me. When he left he shook their hands and further ignored me. This kind of stuff really annoys me. By this time we still hadn't eaten anything and we had applied deet because of the numerous Mosquitos in the airport. I soon found out that deet is ...
... ran up the hill, saw what was going on, reported back, and we slowly drove further up the hill. This continued for another hour till we locked the doors, closed the windows and drove through the protest. The students allowed a gap for us to pass but punched and kicked the bus and rocked it a little. Crazy scenes!!
I eventually got to Gangtok 9 hours after my scheduled arrival time. Nevermind. I walked through the city, heavily dominated by large ...
... Gardens. The walk was great all the trees and herbs were labeled and the flowers were beautiful colours. On the way back we had the great idea to go to the cinema. We watched The Avengers it was such a good film. It cost us £3.20 and a large popcorn cost 60p. The only down side was the powercuts towards the end of the film, we weren't shocked as we are in India after all! The film kept rolling though so we could see the end. It felt like we were at home for the moment ...