Teen Taley Resort
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... 2.5km uphill. In the mist we puffed our way to the Zoo.
First we didn't see a bear as the enclosure was huge and overgrown, this was good in some ways as it meant the enclosures were good and hopefully that meant happy animals. Then we got to the leopards. The happy leopard couple then put on a show for us! They got frisky, the female must have been in heat, the great thing was, as health and safety doesn't apply in India we were standing right ...
... was 'The Park' - a Thai restaurant. We thought we'd mix it up a bit and go with his recommendation. When we got there it immediately looked classy. Good decor, nice smells, many waitors and 2 TV's. One playing sport, one playing this modern jazzed up orchestral concert from a guy named Yanni. This turned out to be one of the greatest things I'd ever seen. It was their own in house DVD. The conductor was a long haired guy with a moustache but he was dressed in a jumper ...
Second harvest whole-leaf tea is my favorite. I bought a package each of green and black tea. The white tea didn’t have enough flavor for me, and if I ever have a hankering for Oolong, I’ll just mix my own from the black and green teas I purchased.
The others? Yeah, they got tea too… a lot of tea. I’d say our tea purchases could fill a couple of grocery bags. Good thing we have so much room left in our ...
... along Hill Cart Road. The track often crosses and sometimes shares the road with the traffic. Kate and I watched a BBC documentary on three different India mountain railways (hope to do them all on this trip) and since then the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway has been firmly on our to-do list. I was so excited! The star attractions of the railway are the stream engines. Most of them where built in Glasgow over a hundred years ago and after a couple of ...
... while researching a potential hike.
After three hours of driving, we reach a border crossing where my permit is reviewed and stamped. I was within 30 minutes of arriving into Gangtok and having my lunch when something happened. The bus stopped! It stopped moving. Hours went by. We were parked on a steep hill and the bus driver was sat on a bench on the road??? What was going on? I had only half a bottle of water and zero food, thinking I would make ...