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This is the first day of our journey. Since we are going to North Sikkim, tourist pass is mandatory to enter the region. And as per information, we can get that from Gangtok. So we are here.
So here are the main things to carry along, if you are travelling to North Sikkim.
1. Valid Identity Proof (Voter ID card or Passport. Need to provide a photocopy).
2. Passport size Photo (2 Pcs).
Note: - Carrying identity proof ...
... out which was a surprise as when we first arrived the trains were almost empty. This put a spanner in the works as we hoped to go on the train and then leave for nepal the next day. We decided to research the next few weeks of travelling to plan our days. We booked our flight to Bangkok for the 19th of May and added another day to darjeeling. We then went for a little wander to find out about the taxi services and booked out toy train tickets ...
... never know whether she was reunited with it or not. We had no idea how we were going to get from the airport to Darjeeling, about 100k but fortunately there seem to be prepay taxis at most airports now and these are reasonably priced and save a lot of hassle. We treated ourselves to a private vehicle rather than sharing and had a very impressive car. I am a bit worried that we are getting soft in our old age as a few years ago it would have been roughing it in ...
... we would begin our early climb to the view point of Khangchendzonga. The camp area was called Thangsing, it was terribly cold, we spent most of the afternoon in our pitched tents and luckily had dinner next to the fire it was cooked on.
The following day was to be a very long one......but extremely rewarding! We were woken just before 2am, 'Morning! Tea! Tea! Tea! ...
... br> It is India’s largest mountain peak and the world’s third highest mountain whose name was derived from the Tibetan words for ‘big five peaked snow fortress’.
We had been told that Everest was in a range just behind Khangchendzonga and that if we managed to take a trip up to Tiger Hill early one morning we would be able to get a view of it.
We then went on the lookout for the Refugee ...