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... bathroom with wet toiletries and even the toilet paper got wet. When I took my shower, I didn't turn it on as much and miraculously the water came straight down and not all over. It was nice to have a hot shower after the relatively cold night. Right now I couldn't get our heater to work. Maybe one of the light switches controls it.
We had a delightfully late departure this am - only leaving at 10 am to walk to the Darjeeling Train Station to catch ...
... very beautiful, despite the cold! Relaxed back in the guest house till dinner, another Indian dahl baht, plus another Hit Beer before having another early night.
Saturday 30th November 2013 (Sandakphu to Phalut)
- Up at 5:30am and climbed up a nearby hill to watch the sunrise. It was a spectacular, crystal clear morning with great views of the mountains and cloud covered valleys below us. You could see all the way from Nepal to Bhutan, a panorama ...
... a 4x4) but we weren't alone. We started off with 9 in the land rover. 2/4/3 front to back. After not long this increased to 12 (4/4/3) with one hanging on the back of the jeep as we navigated the crazy turns and diabolical roads. It was far from warm inside either. It was a 2.5 hour journey back and by about half way we had managed to get up to 15 in the rover- crazy ****. 5 in the front, 4 in the middle, 4 in the back and 2 people hanging on at the back. These lot are ...
... strike and no drivers are allowed to work so we are having a walking tour if this town. Visited the Observatory Hill where Makahal Temples are as well as monkeys which we kept an eye on as they are happy to get fruit from your bags, Botanical Gardens, Chowrasta markets and then we were let loose for the afternoon.
Left the hotel at 4.30 am this morning to drive to Tiger Hill to view the sunrise however the clouds weren't too bad when we arrived but ...
... soaked. We paused under a tree to find hoodies and got wetter. We sheltered under a shop's shelter and considered our options. It was unlikely we'd find a jeep heading up to Phikkal at this hour, and if we did, it was likely they'd charge us a small fortune. If we made it to Phikkal we'd be facing a 45 minute walk down a dark muddy track in rain that wasn't showing any signs of ceasing. Common sense told us not to go to Phikkal. The shop ...