Netuk House Hotel
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Head across the valley (a 1.5 hour drive 600m down and up again) to Rumtek Monastery. This Tibeta n Bhuddist temple is also a college for fledgling monks. We are able to sit silently at the side of prayers. It is obvious who the learners are as they keep losing there place in the chanting acrolls. There also occasional ha nd claps and drums in the …
... 500 monks. We did see a number of monks entering that building and we took photos of them. We couldn't remember if it was forbidden to take photos of monks. We probably shouldn't have but have a hard time resisting. Yesterday, we saw Tony approach two monks to have his photo taken with them. He certainly has a knack! There were some shops along the hill down to the van and I bought some prayer flags - the little ones - and some little bells as ...
... it is advisable to consult a doctor before visiting.
This tour is usually conducted by tour agencies. They make all the arrangements from Gangtok. I would personally recommend Blue Sky tour agency as I had a good experience with them.
They provided a Bolero for our group of five members. We started at 9 30 a.m for Lachen which is around 120 kms away from Gangtok. It is a very long journey but all the ...
... out we were running a little late. He smiled. She pointed out he had just smiled his tip goodbye. I would have dearly loved to smash his teeth in with his own cab!
For all these delays we still caught the flight which was fine and landed bang on time. Buses leave when they want in India, not when the timetable says; idiot boy wasn't really that bad and the taxi driver was no different to any other taxi driver. But grrrr, it had been a frustrating journey ...
... spider ever" above her head at the hotel and letting out "the largest scream ever" which brought half the hotel staff running in. Admittedly, it was a big beast (the size of a coaster) which the staff despatched in a very un-Buddhist manner.
Day 8 Friday. Last Day in Darjeeling
The zoo this time was open. I'm generally not a great one for zoos. The animals rarely have enough space or appropriate habitat and often show signs of stress. However, this one was probably ...