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... cross stitch design, would have loved a cushion over made like that but they don't make them, oh well saved some money.
Were dropped off at the town market mall and managed to find our way home o the hotel.
9 October - Gangtok to Amritsar
Early departure today as we have to be in Bagdogra for our flight to Amritsar mid afternoon and with the condition of the roads, we can't cut it fine. Passports again stamped when leaving Sikkim. ...
... a bit tired looking now since my school days) - more flies. Ran the gauntlet of the street tourist stalls selling really trashy clothes and souvenirs on our walk back to the hotel.
Had a surprise phone call from Clive and John who are at Kagbeni with only a short walk to go tomorrow to Jomson. The whole group are completely knackered having had some really long days with 25 km/day for the last 3 days. They will be glad of the rest days in ...
... in between, then the highlight…the Everest range. Still miles away from us but looking huge, Everest stood just behind Makalu and Lhotse – we were looking at the first, third, fourth and fifth highest peaks in the entire world – undisputedly the most amazing thing I have ever seen.
It was cold and it was early but everyone stayed up there for the best part of an hour before tearing themselves away from the ...
... the front and the featured drums and flutes made the music sound very South American at times . They were lead by a most enthusiastic conductor , so it all felt like a very charismatic catholic church . Mark and Maya and many of the other guests joined the congregation for communion and the service ended with the priest making a lovely welcome and thankyou speech to us - something like that in his country there is a saying that new things are the ...
... Both men and women wear lots of interesting hats and headgear. The main groups are Lepcha, Bhutia and another 12 groups with their traditions, folklore, songs and dances. There are heaps of Indians on holiday too that make up the greatest tourist numbers, it’s great material for the camera.
We weave in and out of the Tibetan prayer flags, old and new which flank the mountains and the monasteries to the background ...