Teen Taley Resort
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... the cage, we could have stuck our fingers through the cage and got them bitten off if we had wanted! Anyway we stayed by their cage for quite a while, it was great watching them up so close. The boys even almost got sprayed on when the male decided to have a bit of a spray out of the cage.
Next stop was some of the smaller cats and civits, then the snow leopard. The keeper summoned us over, then threw some food in. It meant we got to watch the ...
... no man's land to chill out trade a little. Nepali and Indian rupees were accepted freely on either side of the border, or even a mixture of both. On the other side of the bridge the Indian shop-shacks kicked in, and we passed customs before being shown to immigration, which was set back from the main road. In here we had to fill in the usual forms and had a long debate about why Sunauli could/couldn't have been our first point of entry into India. In the end we were waved ...
... 8217;t need to follow-through, because the hotel quite possibly couldn't have found us a driver on such short notice.
By the end of Pema’s visit, we had agreed to allow Uncle to drive, accompanied by Uncle Daughter, who would serve as translator. We agreed to negotiate a separate (additional) price with Uncle for a morning of sightseeing in Bodhgaya, but refused to pay more than originally agreed upon for the other parts of the trip, and we made it clear ...
... vegie, chicken tikka, little pieces of fish and a plate of sliced tomatoes and cucumbers. It was all great. Then they bought me a slice of cake, tiers with creams and beaten egg whites with pineapple on top. I forgot about my Coeliacs and enjoyed it. I feel very decadent, white sheets, fancy antique furniture, leatherbound books, a smoking room, lounge rooms with fireplaces, cane chairs in the courtyard, 50 people polishing ...
... Gangtok for lunch time! After about 5 hours, someone eventually told me that at the top of this hill was a university and today, the students were blocking the road for a political protest!! Hours and hours went by! I continued reading American Psycho trying to ignore the frustrating situation I was in.
It did feel like a 'LOST' scenario. Eventually, you realised who was in charge, who would gossip, who walked off to gain some information. About 8pm, a ...