Hotel Golden Heights
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... post office to get rid of the last purchases and as usual they made me going mad as the parcelmust be covered with cotton cloth that I had to buy in a store and then lead to a tailor to the package and then to the line at the post.At 2 pm I was finally free and hungry and I had lunch with the usual dumplings or chicken momo. Then I ate some delicious cakes in a bakery in the center and then went up the streets in search of views. I walked for a long time until the craft museum ...
... in 1958 and is a famous global centre for the study of Buddhist philosophy and religion today. It houses the world's largest collected works and rare manuscripts on the theme of Mahayana Buddhism. Apart from this collection, the museum has more than 200 Buddhist icons, antique paintings, thangkas, statues, shrines, tapestries, masks and other religious works of Tibetan Art. The Institute also has in its keep around 30,000 volumes; ...
... a corner at the same time and the truck ended up on an angle which made us feel slightly uncomfortable, our driver let him move as if he rolled over in front of us, goodbye flight. At one stage, our guide told us we had 60 kms to go, almost 3 hours later we reached our destination, that will give you some indication of the roads or what is left of them.
Flight was from Bagdogra to Delhi and then to Amritsar arriving at 10 pm.
... eat breakfast and dinner with awesome scenery.
We went to a zoo and explored on Monday our first day. The Zoo was interesting with many species of Animals, some indiginous to Indian and some not. The entry fee first of all was a bargain at 100 rupees (tourist price) which is only £1.35, have some of that chester zoo! So what we saw on our zoo trip? Well we saw Deer, mountain goats, mountain sheep, yak, several species of small mountain cats, himalayan ...
... Napal to get our passports stamped to enter India. We arrived in Siliguri 1 hour later and after being told the fare was 200 rupees per person found that the fare was in Indian rupees, not Nepali rupees making it slightly more money than we thought...need to keeps our wits about us! Craig went to get us some drinks and in the time it took him I was asked if I would like to buy an apple, a banana, an icecream, if I needed ...