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... as they say. Washouts galore and waterfalls everywhere. Lots of locals wash their cars at any place where water is falling onto the road and we just happened to drive past one vehicle when that person threw a bucket of water over their car and our guide had his window opened, the rest is history.
Kenchenjunga Falls was a welcomed stop as these powerful falls are named after that mountain and the water was coming from the glacier.
We seemed ...
... this little shop all the tea grown on this plantation is sold exclusively at Harrod's, in London.
She first showed us & a French couple how to make the tea. This type is called Super Fine Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe. The leaves aren't steeped in water, you just pour the water through the strainer & are ready to go. The tea has a golden color & is mild in flavor. It's nice, but I think we both prefer the stronger black tea. We did end ...
... be very hard cheese which we threw in the bin. There was also another Jeep of girls dressed up to the nines for the Divali festival. I asked if I could take their photo and they all giggled. We were on our way ten minutes later but not after our idiot driver had reversed into me. As we got higher up into the mountains the air got fresher and it got colder and colder. We could see how nice it would be to get up here in the summer when the heat on ...
... back to contnue waiting. As it turned out it eventually turned up at 1.20AM a full 4 hours late. 6 hours into our journey and we were finally about to leave Varanasi, all we had to do now was kick the people out of our beds (Always awkward and unpleasant) and try to fall asleep to the sounds of shouting children, a screaming baby and a guy with a snore like a chainsaw.
We woke up in the morning, but (I at least) had no desire to get up into our noisy ...
... positive change. We hear a lot of things about how he sees India today.
The Hidden forest overlooks the valley of Gangtok for as far as the eye can see, its covered in haze but the sun pops through and our photo journalist friend pulls out his camera and shoots the side of the mountain where there is heaps of tall concrete multi storey housing and hotels. He calls them the slums of Gangtok. We get out ...