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... probably remain in the mild area, although I equipped with warm clothes and blankets.Tomorrow morning I will arrive around 9 am at a station from which I should take a bus that in three hours should take me up at Darjeeling, famous for the best tea, for the third highest mountain Asia but that 'It is not K2 as I thought, and to have been a summer resort for the British colonialists when the capital was in Calcutta, before being transferred to New ...
... the bus came for us in about 10 minutes. Well that was a long ten minutes (45 minutes to be exact) at that pole, with only Indian men around waiting to haul things they shipped in blankets tied up with ropes for luggage. We were approached by a few men in similar shirt colors and vests like the official airport staff with lanyards and clip boards to boot. They were trying to sell us a hotel night at the domestic terminal and when I refused, they kept bugging us, ...
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... veggies) was ready the kid was no where to be found. We were quite hungry at this point and it smelled so good that we decided to have a bite. Well one bite turned into us turning around and ordering two more! For about 40 cents, they were a great investment!
That night we took advantage of our plush room and watched movies on the complimentary cable, and packed our bags for the next chapter of our adventure :Jaipur!
... back through town passed our bloody hotel but it is now 3.30am (6 hours after leaving the station) and there hasn't been a smooth bit of road yet. I am not exaggerating. Roads have varied from quite bad - like cobblestone- constant rumbles to pretty bad- hard, bumpy, squeaky. To horrifically bad - pot holes the size of large mammels hit at menacing speeds. It's felt for the most part like we've been in a 4x4 off roading in the jungle. It is ******* down with rain and there is the ...