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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, ...
... us gum boots on rent (50 bucks each). Once we reached 13000 ft I felt nauseated. I realized that i should not have eaten. Anyways here is where my nausea tablets came handy. After taking one i started feeling better again. We kept on enjoying the natural beauty on the way with eye soothing and soul refreshing effect. On our way we came across a lot of yaks. I remembered a local folk tale which Mr Sharma our homestay owner had ...
... After an hour it was slightly clearer but we decided to go back to our hotel. On the way back we bought some tea from a little stall and drank this on the way to the hotel. We then ordered our breakfast and it was brought to our room 10 minutes later. We ate breakfast and got back into bed to warm up. Laura had a little nap and I continued to catch up with the blog. ...
... 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 ...
... never know whether she was reunited with it or not. We had no idea how we were going to get from the airport to Darjeeling, about 100k but fortunately there seem to be prepay taxis at most airports now and these are reasonably priced and save a lot of hassle. We treated ourselves to a private vehicle rather than sharing and had a very impressive car. I am a bit worried that we are getting soft in our old age as a few years ago it would have been roughing it in ...