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... so we investigated St Andrews Church on the hill. It had some nice views but we couldn't get in. Then we went to find the Windamere with the directions Suzanne gave us. I couldn't remember the directions so I was no help when we didn't find it where it was expected. We asked a policeman, then someone else, and finally a man said he would show us. When he left us - pointing the way - we ran into Suzanne and Mike and eventually we found it. It is an old ...
... day. We had a reasonably straightforward emigration process, touching briefly (again) on the accuracy of our statement that Sunauli was our first point of entry into India, clarifying (again) that no, we hadn't flown into India, but that we'd gone over land from Nepal and that yes, that smudge in our passport was from Sunauli. Bidding the officials goodbye, we spent our remaining Indian rupees on snacks and headed over the bridge to Nepali ...
... India and Nepal. The right side of the street is in one country and the left is in other. Thankfully, residents of the village have dual citizenship, so they don't need a passport to go to the neighbor's house for supper.
Our assigned guide was very patient. He strolled along beside us like he wanted nothing more than to hike in the company of four women old enough to be his mother. At one point, ...
... to fit all our new winter wear into our bags but knew in a couple of weeks we would desperately need them again.
As we were sat in bed the Indian family who were staying in the two rooms either side of us kept running back and forth between them, slamming the doors, shouting to each other, shouting at the children causing the children to scream.
The problem was that our bed head was next to the corridor so we ...
... supermarket, receiving some sweets as change in lieu of rupee coins. We then continued on to the Gungaram Tea plantation, which was on an army camp, where we bushcamped. The plantation provided us with 3 guards for the night, as they were having trouble with wild elephants eating their tea bushes.