WelcomHeritage Denzong Regency
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... seems that it is slightly by age, but more by common interest and I think that people have decided not to be bothered with those who annoy them nd just five them a bit of a wide berth. Given we are not on the truck for much longer I am not really surprised. It is not really that there has been a falling out, just a drifting apart.
After spending a couple of days on Indian roads, I am looking forward to South East Asia and the change of transports even ...
... until they eventually become the highest peaks on earth. You can almost feel the moment when the jeep first elevates to above 90 degrees, and it does not return to flat all the way to Darjeeling. Up and up we drove, in and out of clouds, winding higher and higher, with views down to where the hills stopped and the Terai began. It was easy to see why no buses ran this route. About half way up the road is joined by the railway track, the size of it lending it its nickname ...
We ventured beyond the tourist zone in Darjeeling and discovered an amazing local market - crowded, cramped, and maze-like, with narrow aisles and stalls overflowing with merchandise.
The place sold everything imaginable: textiles, clothing, pots and pans, fruit ...
... tea at 5pm and then went into dinner at 7:00. Oh the life!!
I will go on a tour to Kamlingong where "The Loss of Inheritance" was set in the next couple of days.
Thursday 6 September
Unfortunately the gardener was wrong, it rained nearly all night putting a stop to my idea of going to Kalingpong. It would have been just driving through clouds. I will do it on a fine day.
Oh how the ...
... hassled. The majority of tourists that visit the area are Indian as they do not require a permit and also the climate is a little cooler compared the the hot centre of India.
The city is also high in altitude and walking around you can certainly feel the strain on your lungs and your legs.
I was lucky to meet a tall Canadian guy called Thomas and a very friendly guy from Hong Kong called Alex. We arranged a six day tour in West ...