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... and then steep terraces of rice paddies, most containing only dry stubble, but some flooded ready for planting and others a vibrant lime green with growth of some sort. Such terraces always amaze me - the endeavour to cultivate land in such difficult circumstances.
Along the way we stopped and visited a local house, where a young family were happy to allow us to stickybeak at their lives. This always feels like such an intrusion, but ...
... anything as we never wanted to throw up today J We left at sharp 4.00 am. Outside it was still dark. We could hardly see anything however we could hear the river flowing below or near us. I kept my fingers crossed as Roads and travel in the mountains are bit frightening and risky. Roads in Sikkim, are prone to landslides, falling rocks, and extreme weather. At around 5.00 i could see warm light coming up with the sunrise. On our ...
... After showers, we went down for breakfast which didn't disappoint us. It had all the usual things such as bread, omelettes, cereal and some unusual things like pav bhaaji. We also finally got good chai. The taxi was supposed to come at 8am and finally it was 8:30am by the time we started our journey from Gangtok to Lachung.
... in the UK sooner than we thought....a month on the boat seems very appealing!
So, one last night in Joey's to celebrate our departure and we had a blast. Drank too much, met a couple of mighty fine and interesting Aussie's, a mad Yorkshire girl (sound familiar?!) and a group of American youths who were on a short break from teaching in Calcutta (Kolkata). They were hilarious and there was much 'hee-hee-haw'ing! Maybe we won't be home that soon after ...
... it wasn't there but a local pointed me around the corner. Found it! Explained but the boss said you should go and see my brother: and ordered one of the assistants to take me. This was my first uphill experience. Not good. Got to the other shop and sat down to wait my turn. Noticed everyone looking at me, but then I am not local I a tiny bookstall. Then they pointed and eventually it dawned on me that I had caught my ...