Magpie Boutique Hotel
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... slide we reached zero point (Yumesamdong). It is situated at a height of 15,748 ft. WOW WOW WOW.. Those were my first words when i saw Zero point. It is covered with beautiful scenic mountains all around. Just sit and relax there. If you like playing in snow just do that. Get soaked in the beauty of Mother Nature. It is definitely a lifetime experience so do not miss on it. It is an ideal place to experience sub-zero temperature ...
... that but their rhythm was very attractive, I must salute. I felt quite emotional during the closing ceremony. Most of the guys got burst into tears, tears of happiness & joy. Just after these memorable tunes, they started “Certificate Distribution Program” & “Vote of Thanks”.We all took our lunch & gradually participants went to their abode. Before, we shared our contacts together with tears & a special ...
... 3 of them were painting the entire temple, and that one was the head guy, in charge of the designs, while the other 2 filled in the colours (we wondered if it was a paint-by-number job).
Since we were unable to see some parts of Sikkim, we left for Darjeeling a little earlier than we otherwise might have, but we maximised the journey there by seeing some of South Sikkim on the way. Of couse, we went with the lovely Prakash, who ...
... the entry arches...maybe we should have rang it a few more times!
We were all keen to get to the top of Tiger Hill so Pratap found us a path up beyond the temple and off we went again. We had our suspicions that our 'guide' (using the word very loosely now) didn't really know where he was going; so we took things into our own hands and after a few scrapes and scratches we retraced our steps and got back to the safety of the road.
By now it was ...
... with several floors where you can stand and watch the sunrise. The more you pay, the higher you go. We went to the first floor but decided it was too crowded and possibly even unsafe so went outside to look over the patio fence. Much better.
The sunrise was gentle and the mountains hidden but the general atmosphere was worth seeing.
When we finally got back to Darjeeling (about 07:15) we visited ...