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... at an elevation of approx.. 15500 feet altitude. The journey to Zero point would be through Indian Army Camp. The view of snow caped mountains was magical. We halted in Yumthang Valley, where we had our breakfast, got our boots, gloves and jacket on hire and headed towards Zero Point. And when we finally reached there, the view was all white. Have never seen snow like this, couldn’t stop myself playing with it… (Smile)
Second harvest whole-leaf tea is my favorite. I bought a package each of green and black tea. The white tea didn’t have enough flavor for me, and if I ever have a hankering for Oolong, I’ll just mix my own from the black and green teas I purchased.
The others? Yeah, they got tea too… a lot of tea. I’d say our tea purchases could fill a couple of grocery bags. Good thing we have so much room left in our ...
... boiler and then we were off. We had the best seats right at the front of the first carriage which was coupled to the loco, which was facing towards us and pulling the train in it's reverse gear. The noise it made was fantastic, chugging away and passing the adjacent houses with inches to spare. I was overjoyed to be doing something I'd thought about for so long and Kate took the **** out of me. Twenty minutes in we stopped for water and then we stopped at the ...
... believe with all the plastic **** available there is not one snow leopard reproduced for children, nor a children's book.
We have paid good money (a dollar each) so we figure we should get our money’s worth and we do. I spot a sign saying Blue sheep, we have been looking for this animal since we ate in a vegetarian restaurant of the same name and the previous zoo had lost theirs. The sheep is as disappointing as the food ...
... in the first one, with prime positioning to lose our hearing in the three hours long eardrum extravaganza. Talking was a thing of the past.
Honestly, why it has to act this vigilant in the first place is beyond us; with every part of the vehicle being small and ancient (except for the whistle), the thing moves slower than a cripple would wheel up the mountain, and is only about five centimeters wide. ...