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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... to Afternoon Tea at the Elgin (again) to celebrate Mark's 50th. It was all very civilised and everyone enjoyed themselves. I don't know whether I mentioned but I do love a good Afternoon Tea.
Next day it was off to Gangtok in Sikkim in jeeps. Ours was a little more roadworthy this time, but I couldn't really appreciate it as I was sick. I think the jeep driver was very pleased that I waited to be sick outside his jeep! We are in Sikkim for 4 nights.
... treat you as a guest, and are gracious and kind. Then he showed me some pictures and videos of what he described as an absolutely "fantastic" religious event, which included an all-male mob rhythmically clapping in hysterics while about twenty shirtless guys with extremely bloody backs self-flagellated themselves with spiky whips. At this point I decided it was time to pay for my breakfast. There's nothing like traveling to expand your sense of the world... ☺️ Hugs, ...
... Lhotse, Makalu, etc) were clearly seen off in the distance as well! It was a great way to finish the day...topping out at Sandakhphu and seeing the worlds highest mountain as the sun was setting. It gets dark early here - around 5:30pm, which leaves lots of time for reading and sleeping. I hate to use the word bored, but lets just say that we had lots of spare time to kill. But, armed with a little raksi and some silly jokes that transcend ...
... in India I've been drinking all my teas black. Something about the taste of the milk just put me off. Gent and I could murder a Yorkshire Tea right about now. We met Niraj's dad who was as smiley and friendly as you can imagine although clearly had very little English knowledge. We ate up and headed out thanking them for having us. We learnt (phonetically) dam-ni-bad was thank you (although it would take us about three days to actually retain the information)- us English are ...
... with India. Toy villages spread out along the valley, clinging, glistening, to slopes and ridges, surrounded by tea gardens interspersed with vegetable plots and wooded areas. The highest peaks were touching the clouds, whose shadows had turned the hillside into a patchwork quilt. The only sounds were those of the birds. A 7am start on a Sunday would be unheard of back at home, but things were already well in the swing of things here. Samyog was bustling about helping Deepak ...