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- Pets allowed
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... along. Gilly saw some poinsettias and amaryllis just growing in the ground. I kept seeing tall clumps of bamboo and some weird trees that I finally asked Kunjang about and he told me that the tree leaves had been picked for animal fodder so that is why they looked like old stumps with a few new leaves sticking out. It was very hard to take photos from the back seat even though I was next to the window because I couldn't really move my arm and ...
... peaks relative to each other in size and geographic location. It also had a stunning museum. In the cooler spring months it acts as a training institute for climbers looking to do summer ascents of some of the tallest Himalayan peaks. We also did some tea tasting and got some Darjeeling originals. It was very cool. Well we are traveling all day and headed to Delhi and then on to see the Taj Mahal on Thursday. I am sure you will see the pictures. Chip ...
... amp; it was the last we were to see of them.
We rested for a bit & went a short way down the street to a restaurant we had walked by. It was empty when we walked by the first time, but it was now almost 2 o'clock & packed. For some reason Indians eat very late lunches, we've noticed. After the owner figured out how to reach us we ordered three different dishes & some bread to dip in them. This seemed to put a wrench in their plans. ...
... Gangtok although the hotel was not in Gangtok but rather on a hillside with spectacular views and clear mountain air. We arrived at night which added to the mystique of the property, with its subtle lighting and Tibetan feel. Monks were chanting in the courtyard as we arrived giving us a feel of really finding Shangri La. Deb was immediately taken and had no desire to leave any time soon. To our friend Ingrid, you would feel right at ...
... as the pickers took their baskets to be weighed. One by one the women drop their heavy loads on the scale and their harvest recorded. The amount of tea one picks dictates how much one can make using a quota and bonus formula. Just for fun I put one the baskets on my head was surprised at how heavy the empty baskets are. It is times like this when I think about how hard these people work, it makes me a little embarresed when I think of the griping ...