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After a few manic days Tom and I decided to take a break from driving and relax in Darjeeling while we waited for Jason to arrive. We wandered around the market, ate cake, emailed our better halves and drank a lot of tea. It's not a particularly exciting day to blog about but it was bloody lovely. The next morning we arranged for a jeep to collect us from our hotel at 4am to drive up to Tiger Hill, a viewing ...
... over 200 people." We heard that those accidents happened just last summer. As we drove, it was a bit scary to see how often the concrete guard rails were busted through. There's clearly been a lot of mountain road accidents over many years. Other than surviving the trip, it was really interesting to see the land and people change. The border of India is a recent construct by the British when they left the country. Nepal used to be much much bigger and also encompassed parts ...
... There is a park and a Gorkha martyr memorial there.
Padmaja Naidu Zoological Park :
The Himalayan Zoo often referred to as the Padmaja Naidu Zoological park is the abode of many wild and almost extinct animals found in the Himalayan region. You get to see some rare animals like the Red Panda, Snow leopard, Leopard cat etc.
Himalayan Mountaineering Institute :
This is one of the most visited spot in Darjeeling. It is a museum sorta place ...
... and a little too cold for comfort. We knew there was the uphill part to come and really didn't fancy it. After a kitkat and a few words of encouragement we picked ourselves up to battle the 4k up hill. We started slowly and came to another passport check in. We signed in the book and started the real climb. It was pretty horrible. We walked to the top of a very steep part of hill where we could see a little bricked structure at the top and nothing more beyond it. I kept thinking ...
... style trousers and flip flops, we left the house shortly after 9am and followed Deepak down the track stopping for coffee at a three-generation household complete with two babies for Jenna to cuddle. After resting a little while our party expanded to include several of the household, and we made our way around tea gardens and up and down some pretty ropey banks before arriving at the wedding house. Set up from the main track, the house had been kitted out to accommodate the ...