Krishna Service Apartment
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... rolling out chapatis, I asked her what she did for a living before having her family, hazarding a guess that she was a chef (it was obvious by the way she demanded the alu paratas be done quicker, rounder or just generally better). I was right. Seeing as this would be my last night in Darjeeling, and indeed India, I decided to celebrate everything quintessentially Indian by going out for a drink in Joey's, an 'english style' pub with Martin, a German and two Australian ...
... albeit at a slow and steady pace.
Today, we had our first glimpse of Everest. It was amazing to finally see it. It was behind many closer mountains so it was hard to get a true sense of the scale, but the shape was familiar from the photos and the films. Fortunately, today was marginally less strenuous than the first three days, so I managed OK despite my cold.
So here we are now in Nunthala. Another icy cold room in a basic tea house. My ...
... their escape to India, only to be persecuted by the Indians, and how they have worked really hard to improve their lot. It was really the first time we had heard first hand from a Tibetan about their suffering as in Tibet no one was going to say anything to us. Certainly eye opening.
Luke's cold had now turned into flu. I would love to say man-flu, but he was actually sick and had a fever, and then when he had gotten over that, he got the runs, which ...
... and Bangladesh (East Pakistan). Everest used to be entirely in Nepal. As we drove Eastward, the land gradually got less mountainous and more tropical. The Bay of Bengal has made the terrain have a lot of rain, sand, and a lush plant life. Crossing the border was delightful. It's like a switch went on and everything came alive. India is terrific. It's like the Wizard of Oz when everything went Technicolor. Everything here is just MORE. More colorful, more crazy, more intense, ...
... airport is Bagdogra, near Siliguri, 96 km from Darjeeling. Bagdogra Airport is 2.5 hours by road from Darjeeling and 2 hours by air from Delhi, and 50 minutes by air from Kolkata.
By taxi/shared jeep
Siliguri is the nearest town connected to the mainline rail network. Ample transport is available to Darjeeling from here. The most popular modes of transport are taxi (usually shared by three to four passengers), shared jeep (ten passengers) @ Indian rupee ...