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... to share. Sylvain walked down with us to check out Sonam and his tour options. We were more enthused after this second visit to Sonam's office and put down a deposit and told him to get the driver and car scheduled. The only question was how many people. Later, that day, Dylan and Sylvain emailed that they were in and possibly had another woman to join as well. We all agreed to meet at Lord Travel at 9:30 am with 3 passport pictures and ...
... at their Seal Harbor (Mount Desert Island) Maine summer home.
The highlight of our trip was visits to the alpine areas of north Sikkim (about 50 miles from the China border), specifically, the small villages of Lachen (9,000 feet) and Lachung (9,600 feet) and the incredibly beautiful Chopta (13,200 feet) and Yumthang (11,600 feet) Valleys. These areas are only about 80 miles north of the capital Gangtok, but took nearly six hours by vehicle to reach because of ...
... lunch and tea. We then went to back to our horrible room and chilled out for a while. After this we went out for some dinner and then went to the pub, we decided that the only way we could sleep in our room was if we had a few beers. We met an Irish couple and spent the evening talking to them. They were on their honeymoon and travelling india for a month. We then went back to our hotel only to discover we had been locked out. We waited for the man to unlock the door and then went to ...
... plenty of money around to build decent houses and roads for the British escaping the mid-summer heat. Not so. It was rundown, grimy and few actual 'houses', they were more like shacks. Nevertheless, the people were friendly with none of the pestering of Delhi and Jaipur and that was a welcome relief.
The Bagdora to Darjeeling trip was an experience. The 120km took us three hours because of the steep winding roads with few places to overtake the endless number of ...
... Yak riding opportunity as I didn’t like the way they were treating them. Many had bloody noses from the rings used to pull them and a few had bloody feet making footprints in the snow. It was fun to watch all the locals obviously enjoying snow for the first time. Most had rented rubber boots and rubber gloves (yes really) from the nearby vendors and were purposely falling into the snow and picking the snow up and trying to throw it. I took the ...