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... we completed the final noisy stretch to Ghom where we were given 30 minutes to stretch our legs and look around some temples in Ghom and the railway ‘museum’ (a locomotive and a carriage in a siding) before the journey back.
Although we had limited time in Darjeeling we were almost stuck there for longer as by the time we got back to the taxi stand in town all the ...
... and then there is a rope from the **** that goes around a man or woman head and they hawk it up the hills with the power of the forehead. I've seen old woman carry piles of sandbag and massive water butts up 60 degrees hills this way its incredible. My favorite was a guy carrying an entire kitchen table set! after all the sorting and getting washing in and walking up and down the hills we chilled and refined our to south India plan. The next day Up at 3am and out our door we ...
... a 14hr train ride across the country over night. It was actually incredibly comfortable except for the fattest Indian I have ever seen. Like we're talking indian Santa Claus fat. Who made pug like noises as he tried to sleep through the night. We were booked for a 5 day tour of north east India and our first stop was Sikkim India. It actually used to be its own country and is surrounded by Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, and of course India (which it joined ...
... to get pan for us to try – its an Indian digestive and breath freshener. We had the sweet one (as opposed to the tobacco one!) and it had red ball things wrapped inside some sort of leaf. They told us we had to have it all in one mouthful which was very difficult due to the size, consistency, and the fact that I just didn't like the taste! It took me about 10 minutes to finish it.
When I finally did finish the pan, the young girl seated next to me in the ...
... coffee bar and pub. he English have left their stamp here and most people speak English. Every morning after my walk I go to Keveners for breakfast. They serve BACON!!!! Old fashioned thick, salty tasty bacon! The restaurant is over 100 tears old and I think the waiters were there for the opening. But a bacon sandwich and a pot of the finest tea for less than 12 SA rands is a bargain.
On Sunday Went to the ATM to draw some cash. managed to get cash but ...