Aashishkhim Guest House

Address: Indira Bypass, Gangtok, Sikkim, 737101, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Indira Bypass, Gangtok.
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      A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm on Mar 06, 2014

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      ... a guy from Yorkshire that was touring around for three months who was quite interesting. We returned to the hotel for an hour before taking a sightseeing trip, to be honest there are not many sights to see and the only one that I really wanted to see was the sunset over the Kangchendzonga range from Tashi viewpoint but the mist and low cloud put paid to that. Looking forward to a decent meal tonight and off to Darjeeling ...

      Third day in Darjeeling!

      A travel blog entry by hadleyandlaura on Apr 18, 2013

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... we could not put up with our room for much onager. We had paid for three nights in advance and we now only had one night left, so we went hotel hunting. After looking round a few and being either disappointed with the price or standard of the room we were about to give up. I spotted a sign which said running water and hot showers! This sounded like nirvana by now so we took a look. The room was great and came with breakfast and wifi. The cost was twice what we were paying ...

      Darjeeling - more Nepal than India

      A travel blog entry by nickallansmith on Apr 04, 2013

      2 photos

      ... 5 floors (no lifts in these budget hotels) to our rooms. But we were all hungry so we dragged ourselves out for something to eat...

      Darjeeling is in the Himalayas in the far North of India near Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan. As a result, It feels like a different country more like Nepal - different people, different food, different shops ... oh and a different climate - very. We'd gone from an oppressive 35 degrees to a 'refreshing' 15 degrees in just five hours; it was windy, ...

      A misty Pelling

      A travel blog entry by glassbird on Nov 26, 2011

      15 photos

      ... to have been guests. Later we ask our guides if they would like to give other westerners the same experience. They declined because it was in its infancy but show us the traditional restaurant that they are building. Renzing and Bem employed the same stone mason who built the stupa at the sacred lake and one can see the quality of his craft. We ask where we might seek a prayer for a charm piece we have purchased at a curio shop in Gantok. The uncle who is a retired monk offers his ...

      First glimpse of the Himalayas

      A travel blog entry by new_lands on Nov 20, 2011

      18 photos

      ... I jumped the front seat of the jeep which I loved, the trip took us 3hrs 30mins to get to Darjeeling and my first views of the Himalaya's were snow capped and mighty!

      Strangely enough I don't feel like I'm still in India, the steeper we climb up the mountain, I am struck by the amount of tiered fields which are all cut into the side of the mountain. It's a fascinating drive up the mountain, the people here look very Nepalese, and it's my first experience ...

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