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... wankered by 10am and let's face it, a lot of Indian blokes (not all, just many) can't keep their paws to themselves even when they have full control of their faculties. Loads of foreign chicks get randomly groped on buses or trains, or just walking down the street, and the worst thing is the men don't think they've done anything wrong. They don't see it as the sexual assault it is. A friend of mine had her tits ...
... pretty village for tea and stayed there for quiet a while, maybe our guides were tired. The villages around here are decorated with buddist flags and flagpole and look beautiful. The rest of the walk was quiet exciting. We walked along the mountain side with steep drops on one side and worked our way down winding roads to a bridge across to a adjacent mountain which we walked back along to the jeep, the scenery was magnificent. The trek was over and I said goodbye to my horse and ...
... but all in all it was a great day.
My last activity - trying to find a football (aka soccer) shirt from Darjeeling ended in failure but I did make it back to the hotel all by myself in the dark. After I got back - it was back to sorting and repacking - it was a much bigger ordeal than other day's repacking for some reason. Suzanne and I - Suzanne did the calculations - had to work out who owed who what and that took a bit of time - but it all ...
... had vegetables) with a sweet chilli sauce, accompanied by a very odd watery soup. We ordered 10 between us but thankfully ended up with 10 each due to miscommunication and polished off the lot. We spent a large portion of the day on the internet catching up with all things family and friends and met a German guy called Franz who joined us for dinner and drinks that night as he was travelling alone. We found a very cute pub, Joeys, that wouldn't look out of place in ...
... then came to a complete stop in a remote rural village.