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... not even seven pages of that flavoured hippy **** either, it's all proper tea flavoured tea. I even tried white tea for the first time but guys, not gonna lie, it's not worth the more-than-gold price tag it gets. I mean, it's ok, but it's just a wee bit too delicate for a self-respecting northern monkey such as myself. I do like tea that stains the inside of the mug to the point you have to chip it off with a chisel. Tea should taste like ...
... woke us up at 5 today as the mist had cleared. The moment we left our room we could see Kanchangunga slap bang infront of us, it looked so close like I could throw a stone on it and was quiet a sight! Our guide took us to a secret view point as there were a few Indians here who had travelled by jeep to see the view, it looks like the worst jeep ride ever as the road is so bad but non of them knew about the secret viewpoint so we were alone. From here the view was amazing I ...
... to take a photo in "my" window space and I was afraid I had lost it, but I got it back for the sunrise and after. Amazingly, I began to see the outlines of the high mountains. After the sunrise, there was a gorgeous rose-pink glow on a range of mountains to the north overlooking Darjeeling - just like the postcards. Well, almost like the postcards...
After the sunrise, we went to the Ghoom Monastery that we didn't visit yesterday. This is a ...
... that is called the Darjeeling Himalaya Railway. Built by the British in the late 1800s, it is now designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In the movie, Owen and his on-screen brothers occupied very upscale and lavish compartments during the train trip around the country.The Darjeeling Himalaya Railway has no private sleeping compartments, only chairs and benches.
... has an adjoining garden with beautiful flowers and rare orchids, mainly during the winters.
If you are planning a short trip to North Bengal and want to stay away from crowded Darjeeling, then this is one of your destinations. Take any north Bengal-bound train from Howrah or Sealdah and get down at Siliguri or New Jalpaiguri. You can hire a car from there to reach Tinchuley which is around 80 kms from Siliguri.