Krishna Service Apartment
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Readily we agreed, and with only the driver, we set off down narrow winding lanes and steep bumpy roads.
I On arrival, the sign informed us we were now at “Happy Valley” tea plantation and factory. This seemed to us a positive sign. Inside a helpful employee apologetically informed us we had missed the morning tea-tasting but instead offered to show us around the now dormant factory. He was clearly a man passionate about all things tea and ...
... On my release, after a somewhat uncomfortable hour, you can imagine my surprise to be passed from my usual mounts to a shorter, more indiginous-looking male! Apparently, despite both my normal carriers' size they needed this man to carry me (and the bag). Just grin and bear it, I told myself. Actually, my new mount acquitted himself excellently over the next few days. Well, with one small exception, but I'll get to that all in good time.
Me and my mount set off up ...
... about Tea! Or more specifically Darjeeling Tea -- the real thing. None of this imposter stuff that's apparently been infiltrating its way into our homes... Worse, into our tea pots! We've just spent a wonderful morning having a private factory tour and tea tasting at Happy Valley, one of Darjeeling's more exclusive tea estates. So exclusive, in fact, that the only place in the UK where you can buy their ...
... An sonst ist die Strecke und Landschaft aber fantastisch.
Dann stottert der Töff immer mehr und ich merke, dass was mit der Benzinversorgung nicht stimmt. Genügend Benzin habe ich, da ich zuvor getankt habe. Ich halte um das Problem zu lösen, finde aber nichts. Nach einigen Kilometern stellt er dann ganz ab. Es ist auch schon spät und ich bin nicht guter Stimmung, da ich im Moment keine Ahnung wie wir weiter kommen und ob ich das Problem lösen ...
... At times, it was faster to walk. But, that's part of the allure of Sikkim. It's ruggedness keeps travelers away. Unfortunately, the requirement from the Indian government to have permits to visit every area of Sikkim thwart many travelers lofty plans as well. To travel beyond the handful of "major" tourist hubs is both expensive and time consuming. To visit some of the areas in Sikkim one must first get a permit in Delhi! So, I spent three days in Sikkim, ...