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... to terms and Dave walked out saying he wanted to check other hotels while I waited with the luggage. Seconds later, a young man came from the back office and asked again what price we needed. We settled on 1500Rs net, without breakfast. How do you get from 2500 to 1500 for excluding breakfast, I asked? That's 1000Rs! A head waggle later, without an answer, we were in our room and happy to be settled. It wasn't that many kilometers today, ...
... 2344;ाम्च 68;) is the capital of the South Sikkim district. First our taxi guy took us to
Temi Tea Garden- It is Sikkim's sole tea estate . The tea carries a premium the world over and costs aroundRs. 200/- a kg. The tea is marked by its exotic odour and flavour. Temi tea garden is stunning and very calming. The garden is beautiful, quiet and terribly photogenic
After that we headed ...
... amount of time while sipping on tea and dunking biscuits. We then bumped into an English girl that we met when we first arrived in India and had a little catch up with her. We then went back to town and found a little restaurant for dinner and Laura had her third set of momo's of the day and I had my second. Laura had some green tea which was absurdly strong. We then went back to the room and watched tv in bed ...
... 1, upset 2 and 'ladies delight'. Needless to say that all of us ended up in the drink at one stage or another either by the hands of Amanda sneaking up in her kayak or by the rapids themselves.
We rafted approx 20 kms downstream and were picked up by a 4x4 'Ute' to take us back to the camp. We all piled in cold and wet bouncing around in the back almost feeling like a local.
Our Indian sojourn comes to an end followed by a ...
... in fact his cremated remains are in front of the building in a marble tomb. There were some interesting exhibits but they seem to lack any understanding of how to present and exhibit artefacts effectively to engage the people! It is all rather amateurish and naive and very few people are going to read 2 sides of A4 small font whilst wandering round!
After this we walked further around the ridge to eventually find a cable car that took us down the mountainside to some ...