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... the incredible view of Gangtok on the hill opposite. The city is perched up on the side of the mountains - as is our hotel. Many of the buildings are multistory and have parts below street level and above street level. Like our hotel. Our room is two floors below the lobby and the restaurant is 4 floors below the lobby.
We then had lunch at a nice restaurant in Gangtok - there was a sign about all of its pork products on the menu. I ...
... splendid. We had to start early next morning (around 4 a.m) for Gurudongmar. So, the staff of the hotel served us dinner quite early. I must mention about the food which was too good. Yes, this is coming straight from the heart of a foodie.
Layered up in warm clothes, we embarked upon our journey to Gurudongmar. It was very cold during the month of November. The water on the roads had turned into frosts which made the ...
... Darjeeling for just 170 rupees each. Result! Or not...the shared Jeeps are old and uncomfortable and it was a pretty painful trip for a man with a broken coccyx (that's me!); and it was an extra long trip as it turned out.
The little delays prior to flying this morning didn't actually cost us anything; the drive was not so time efficient though. An hour or so into the journey, we got stopped at a contraflow on a tight mountain road which turned out to ...
... br> Jo had another battle with Indian Railways bureaucracy at Delhi station trying to get a refund for the reservation farce mentioned earlier. She was deafening at 50 metres so must have put the fear of God up the people who she was talking to 1 metre behind the screen. Lucky it was Jo-proof!
We ended the day at Shurruti restaurant where spectacularly-garbed waiters served us all-you-can-eat thalis. Lots of stuff not had before which is what holidays are all about.
Before driving back to Siliguri we visited the townsite proper of Gangtok. It was a happening kind of place, who would have known! Deb and I browsed the little shops along the tiny streets of Gangtok. Apparently, Sikkim is the place to buy libations if you get my drift. Indians while visiting pick up extra beverages due to the tax system making purchases here a virtual bargain. It just so happened I knew a certain Tea expert who had ...