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... looking different and even the faces of the locals started looking noticeably less Bengali. Half an hour in to the journey up to Darjeeling and it felt as if we were in a completely different country as the mini bus crawled up in to the foggy hills. We arrived in a very cold, wet, misty Darjeeling wearing only shorts, T-shirts and flip flops. Bad idea! Immediately I noticed we looked completely out of place as every one else walked about dressed like arctic explorers. ...
... I had waited very patiently to do, went shopping. Unfortunately Thursday seems to be a day off for a lot of shops but actually that only really effected me in terms of one shop I wanted to buy a nice poncho from. I wanted a tea pot, it was appropriate for the area and they are really nice here. This meant I had to walk around all the shops that sold tea pots in my price range and pick my favorite, shopping with me is always a long process. By the evening I had my teapot and ...
... it was very cold although I had a T-shirt, shirt, jumper, fleece wooly hat and gloves, no wonder he cuddled my shoulder. The sky had been clear with the stars visible and there was a mist lying below us in the valley, as the sun rose it came out of the mist quite dramatically and as it did a few deg further along Kangchenjunga appeared as though it was floodlit. All in all it was worth getting up for and we travelled back to the hotel in time to have breakfast at ...
... the mountainside!
In fact we probably couldn’t have found a more Christmassy place in the whole of India than Darjeeling – Christmas music in the streets, cold weather, Christmas lights and above all the wonderful “Glenarys” an old-school department store style building with inflatable father Christmases outside blaring Christmas tunes into the street – and inside a tea room with a cake/chocolate counter on ...
... many times and constantly checking you are ok. It's nice of course and I'm not being harsh but after a long hard, day being talked at can be quite tiresome. The guys names I can't remember exactly, one was choundan- we called him dan. And the other I don't remember but his nick-name was tiger, so we called him that. I introduced myself as Jamie or J but in the end J seemed too hard to grasp for whatever reason so we settled on Jim- which is becoming ever more popular as I ...