Hotel Bayul

M.G. Marg, Gangtok, Sikkim, 737101, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gangtok

Heavenly Himalyas #2: Momos, Fiddleheads & Ramen

A travel blog entry by npacadia


This is Part 2 of 3 blog posts about our recent travel to the northern part of India.

A popular food on our journey north, which we enjoyed immensely, was momos. A momo is a type of dumpling native to Nepal and also enjoyed by communities in Tibet, Bhutan and Northeast India, (Sikkim and Darjeeling, where we were.) They are a type of steamed bun, (similar to dim sum) and the ones ...

Luggage Update

A travel blog entry by leve-cowles

Louise purchased a rug in Darjeeling – so now I'm the only GOG left without one. Katherine got a bunch of kameez tops… and I bought way too many pashminas, shawls, and scarves… and knives... and a wood fueled backpacking stove. Jewelry was Louise’s downfall. Oh, and the tea – we bought lots of tea. Our suitcases are now officially at capacity. For the remainder of the trip, we have resolved to only buy only small ...

1st day in Darjeeling

A travel blog entry by teaguy


... do about our lives in Canada. Later we were treated to a tea tasting where we were given an education of proper tasting by some real veterans. Just for the record Deb and I both selected the teas chosen as best by the local pros when we did our tasting, they all had been marked for the record, whew that was a relief. For the record Deb bought 20 kilos of that particular tea to share with our customers in Canada. It is on route now.

After the tea ...

Beautiful touring through amazing and cool Sikkim

A travel blog entry by dijoh2o


We are at Yuksom village at 1,850 meters altitude, which was the first capital of Sikkim. We have had two fabulous days of touring and seeing Sikkim with our good driver Tashi. On 12 February we saw first, after three hours of driving, lots of tea gardens near Temi. We stopped at one of them. There was no plucking going on, but a few women and men were doing maintenance.

Then we saw the ...

Queen of the Hills

A travel blog entry by glassbird


Its time to move on to new horizons or actually new mist. We hire a driver for the journey to Darjeeling and start the descent and then the climb. If one thought the previous roads were bad we discover they can be worse. We rarely get out of first gear for 3 hours and I spend most of the drive not looking down past the clouds. As soon as we enter Ghorkaland (tho really West Bengal) the tea appears on the steep slopes. It's a picture we have all seen, the tea trees with ...


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