The Journal of an Indian Tea Planter's Wife
Oh, so cool!
I am so happy you have rain and the draught is over.I didn't know you were so close to Bhutan. My husband visited there a couple years ago and loved it so much.
Wow, that's the border?Beautiful pictures - and you look great!
Gr8 place !!Nice photos...U R blissfully blessed to be close to mother nature
I am a resident of Jaldhaka and it always feels good when somebody appreciates his place,as you did.Thank you so much.The images were very nice,when did you visit jaldhaka?.
I'm green with envy - wandering around the curves of hidden rivers is something I can only dream of today - but someday I hope to fulfill that dream... do you realise HOW lucky you are to be living in the midst of all that beauty! I was once planning a holiday to Bhutan, one that didn't materialise and we went to Goa instead- Sob!HugsN
I am also a resident of Jaldhaka,Gairibas.Thank you so much for the pics.It indeed is a beautiful place to live in.
Finally... I got to know someone who is familier to Jaldhaka.. Do you have info about the remotr villages under Jaldhaka?
thank u 4 bringing my beautiful jaldhaka b4 the eyes of the World.......
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