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... the driver down several times and handed him packages or envelopes for him to hand to people further down his route.
After 3 km, he turned around and we felt relieved. Fifteen minutes later, we were back where we had started in Tashiding and near the monastery the two ladies next to us got out. Later, we picked up more people and soon we were filled to the brim. The scenery kept me glued to the window. ...
... us. According to the local legend both the Tibetan Yak and Indian Buffalo once lived together in a same barn. The Yak dreamt of exploring the beautiful Himalayan landscape before his eyes. He urges his Buffalo friend to make a pleasant excursion of the region together. But the Buffalo preferred to stay behind and wait for Yak. As Yak had less hair so he requested his buffalo friend to lend him some hair so that he can go and ...
... hour down ...and quite steep. Since it was 4:30 pm by now, I opted out of the walk and told the local guide that I would not be doing it since I would be returning in the dark. He said OK, fine. Jacqui also decided not to go. When the others left, she remarked that they left in the van and we thought they were walking from the hotel. Jacqui and I agreed to meet for tea at 5 pm - which we had - and then we went back to our rooms and agreed ...
... and we quickly ushered to a circular seating area, surrounded by male party guests keen to make our acquaintance, although they soon realised that the language barrier was going to cause a bit of a problem. We were at least beginning to feel a little better about our wedding day attire: Deepak was by a distance the flashest guy present, and apart from a few dazzling saris worn by the female attendees, it appeared that not many people had worried with the dress-up part. ...
... then back for lunch. Superb lunch laid on and then we were asked if we wanted dinner as well so had to go out for another walk in the afternoon to try and get rid of the calories from lunch time. So we went on what I was told was a gentle stroll up to a Buddhist Peace Pagoda, designed by a Japanese architect. Gentle stroll my foot! It was hard work but worth it as the peace pagoda was pretty spectacular.
Then back to the hotel to write up diaries and finished off this chapter of the ...