Mintokling Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMintokling Guest House Gangtok
We highly recomend the Mintokling guest house, 5 stars for service & comfort, gorgeous envirnoment and lovely guests too.
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... River, a glacial blue colour. The river valley was the source of quarrying for road materials, with trucks and digging machinery and hoardes of minions digging and sieving materials, carrying items in wicker baskets with straps across their foreheads. We persuaded our guide to give us an opportunity to get to the river and scrabble over the stones, despite his reluctance.
The tea plantations were gradually replaced by forrests ...
... GARDEN - Gangtok
Just ahead of the Rumtek Monastery is the Nehru Botanical Garden which has a mix of tropical and temperate plants and trees as well as a big greenhouse of exotic orchids. It’s a good place to stop for a while. For children there is a small playground with swings and a see-saw and a winding footpath is ideal for a stroll.
GANESH TOK - Gangtok
A small Ganesh temple just next to ...
... a stadium, which fills up with a lot of kids quite early in the morning. Many of them played soccer.
The views of the mountains were blocked by clouds for some time in the morning. After some time, the clouds parted giving us a view of Kanchenjunga far away, for a short duration. There was tea in the hotel room but it ...
... passed at the peaks and we could see the 3rd highest (Kangchenjunga) in the world in all it's glory. All our photos don't give it justice as it looked a lot bigger in person. We enjoyed the great view for a while and then headed back to the hotel and ad our breakfast. We then went down to the train station to book the toy train for 10.40am. Hadley on the way bought a fake north face rucksack for about £13.00.we got to the station but it ...
... Usually blanket vendors board the trains selling blankets but none appeared that night and if they had they would have made a fortune from all of us.
We spent the morning riding the Himalayan "Toy Train" in Darjeeling and went up to the 130 yr old Ghoom Railway Station which is the highest station in India. Visibility wasn't the greatest as the weather closed in with mist and rain not to mention the freezing cold ...