Hotel Sonar Bangla - Darjeeling
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... spent 11 euro, but only because I booked the ticket at a private agency and not to those officers who do not make the ridge, but you always know after. By contrast I paid only 3 Euros for the jeep, we were in 11, including the driver and all the other as usually were indians.I found a good hotel for 11 Euros where I am staying for 4 nights.Yesterday it was freezing cold and all the shops were closed to pay tribute to a local politician ...
... buddist prayer wheels haha. My tea pot is unfortunately cooper based and quiet heavy, I will regret this purchase in the 3 months that follows while I carry it around. kirsty wanted to dye her hair and always gets it cut before she dyes it. she just needed the ends trimmed so what can go wrong. I left her at a hairdressers while I listened to some music and walked around. When I returned to the hairdresser I was shocked to find they had taken off a good few inches leaving her ...
... our case only one couple besides our little Drago group, and owner Andrew guides treks in the area.
We spent three nights at Karmi Farm and went on two long day treks. The first trek was up the hill and around it for panoramic views in all directions and back towards Darjeeling across the valley. The second day's trek was deep down into a valley to the river bordering Sikkim.
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14.2.2014 Darjeeling, India Km: 49737 Darjeeling Himalaya Railway / Darjeeling Himalaya Railway
Crossing the border to India is equally chaotic as from India to Nepal. No real customs and I have to ask several times where immigration is. On India's side one with a scooter guide me to the building of immigration. Even I would have probably not found. But I have the entry stamp and am again shocked by the Indian lifestyle. Dirty town, too ...
... Lhotse, Makalu, etc) were clearly seen off in the distance as well! It was a great way to finish the day...topping out at Sandakhphu and seeing the worlds highest mountain as the sun was setting. It gets dark early here - around 5:30pm, which leaves lots of time for reading and sleeping. I hate to use the word bored, but lets just say that we had lots of spare time to kill. But, armed with a little raksi and some silly jokes that transcend ...