Krishna Service Apartment
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... engine train to Ghum Station. The amount of noise and clatter the train made was unbelievable. We had a bit of a struggle to find our correct seats and then when I had tried to get a window seat, I was moved to an aisle seat by Mick. He is very thoughtful though and helped me take photos by making suggestions and then he switched with me so that I had the window. The windows were the kind that slide so you really only had a half window and the rest were ...
... dropped off and we eventually, after a fairly long slog, ended up back in Darjeeling and at the travel agents. The happy guy we had met initially wasn't there and was away but we got our bags and went to look for a hotel. We were told that we would have a taxi for NJP (main train station nearest) that would take us to Delhi. We went to about 4 or 5 hotels and all were fully booked, which seemed strange but in the end we got to 'Hotel Yuma'. It looked very plush with marble ...
... just as the sun was rising, turned out just like fog. The road up here wasn't really a road part bitumen or what was left of it, part dirt and the majority holes. Our guide was happy for us to stay up on the hill to allow the hundreds of jeeps to leave then we had quite a good view, even saw the top of the second highest mountain in the world even though it is some 200 kms away but we weren't lucky enough to see Everest. had a laugh, a group of lads came over to us ...
... of Danny Boyle's Opening Ceremony scene, minus Kenneth Branagh and Uph. We had tried to take a picture of this scenery on our way back into Kathmandu the previous day but failed. Someone was obviously aware of this, as upon approaching this section of road our bus stopped in a queue of traffic. Over the next 2-3 hours we crawled in fits and starts up and over a pass, through a police check, and past some innocuous looking roadworks. When our bus stopped (which it regularly did ...