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... in danger of hitting the window with my lens and the section between the windows was right where my camera was pointed. Gilly was very kind and tried to give me extra room but even that didn't help really.
We stopped for a 10 minute walk along the road to stretch our legs at one point. I tried to take a photo of Suzanne as she investigated one of the stairways up to a field above the road but you can't see the stairs in the photo. ...
... who managed to make history and reach the summit of Everest managed to do so with seemingly such ineffective equipment and clothing!
We nipped back to our hotel to make ourselves as presentable as possible before going to the Windameeeere. We were actually nervous we might get turned away as they may not have wanted scruffy backpacker folk at their hotel but we needn't have worried. We were seated in a big old room and waited for our tea. We could easily have been sat in ...
... Leslie forgot to factor in time for the driver to stop and ask for directions. It's an honest mistake... men in our country don't do that.
Finding a driver was easier than we expected. Jayshree recommended Pema. She didn’t know him personally, but her sister had enlisted his services once while touring Darjeeling. Via e-mail, Jayshree told us that her sister “vouches for him, his driving and his good manners. You can take his services without ...
... would also require great encouragement to leave. Unfortunately, we stayed a single night, spoiled royally while visiting. Our waiter from dinner the night before took the liberty of reserving a private breakfast spot on a balcony overlooking the valley below just for us. If it were not for the extreme difficulty of getting there, we could see visiting again and again. Off again back to Siliguri for the next part of our journey.
Where the Tea comes from, and the the little train that couldn't
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I am actually quite sad to say that me and Sal's affair with indian rail has finished as we have run out of railway. We have got to Darjeeling where anyone in their right mind wouldn't build a railway in the first place, but the English built it in 1881. Due to the fact ...