Orange Village Resort
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... Traditionally fermented leaves of mustard, radish and cauliflower
- Kinema - Traditionally fermented soya bean food
- MaaChoo - Traditionally cottage cheese cooked with butter and eggs
Accompaniments: Pork with Kinema, Shyapta (Beef), Fing with Mushroom
The owner explained the dishes to us and said the set menu was big and two people could easily share. We shared and it was enough. The flavors were interesting ...
Darjeeling – Tea (ovbiously) and tasty food!!
The main touristy area in Darjeeling is relatively small. You could probably walk from one end to the other in half an hour or so so it didn't take us long to figure out where everything was. It was nice to have everything all close together for a change so we could walk everywhere and not have to worry about flagging down transport. We had a look in a few tea shops and book shops. It didn't actually feel as though ...
... to cover up with and jealous of everyone else on the train who were well prepared with sheets and blankets. In the morning thankful that the night was over, I was even more thankful when Margo came to find me. I grabbed my stuff and went back with her to her and Tony’s car and cabin. What a completely different environment to mine. They were the only westerner’s but the young men they were sharing with were so friendly, informative and ...
... The rivers were the color of jade, which I assume is from lime deposits or some other mineral. Along the way we continued to descend out of the mountains and down into the valley, passing monkeys and bamboo forest along the way. After some more driving, we came to the Sikkim border where we had to show our permit and get checked in. Since Sikkim is contested territory, they take extra precautions, but the check in process was simple and painless. After we crossed the border, ...
... with a lovely steady stroll, mostly downhill, which was great as the skies were still clear and you could relax and enjoy the views. After a few kilometres we went steeply downhill and into a valley to a passport checkpoint…but of course that meant we had to go back up. The following two kilometres were easily as hard as yesterdays, following the path as it wound back and forth up the side of the mountain again. Plenty of breath-stops were the ...