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We first visited the local tea plantation (obviously one of the most important things to do in Darjeeling), there were vast acres of tea plants running up the mountains, and to seeing the woman who pick the tea carrying the baskets on their heads up hill was amazing, it made me feel very unfit. The one thing they defiantly know how to do in Darjeeling is tea, we bought quite a bit, unfortunately I think the only place in the UK ...
... more people get on huge bus. Completely invading the personal space of everyone on the bus. Children are crying, strangers hold children while mothers get situated on a seat given up by another stranger. All of this is happening around me and no one is getting upset, it is just accepted and a part of life here. It amazes me that no one is yelling, demanding a seat, or pulling out a weapon to shoot anyone. Instead everyone is aiding everyone else. A little boy ...
... Tibetan people living there as it is so close, the locals even look Nepalese so there is a lot of northern food around and these were the best and so cheap. A bit like dim sum they are vegetables or chicken in a flour and egg case that is steamed and served with chili sauce - yum. We took a photo from a cookbook that we couldn’t afford to buy to have a go at making them one day as they were so good. Great money saving idea from Marts!
We moved to ...
... back into the Tranquility Hotel, showered for the first time in 5 days then went to an Internet cafe. The Internet was running terribly slowly but we did manage to get some things done, mostly copy and paste photos to Pete's hard-drive.
Tuesday 3rd December 2013
- Up for 7ish, caught a Jeep down to Ghoom then walked ...
... is a national park where you have to have a guide as policy. Some of the military guys are quite friendly, inquisitive and shake our hands, some are cliche, business only, sturn faces and don't give anything away. After another sign in we were confronted with another hill of death. Steep as before and a full 4k. This was hard. It took us a good amount of time to get up there. Quite a few stops for breath catching and water but eventually we made it. We came to another ...