Hotel Himalayan Heights
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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... close on the map but would have been a hard climb each time we wanted to go to the central promenade of Gangtok. The owner understood and we got back in the taxi. The taxi's tires slipped on the steep driveway and we had to get out and walk to lighten the load. A hundred meters to the top and we got back into the taxi. We didn't have a 'plan b' and told the driver to let us off at Central Hotel we had passed on the way. At the hotel, the ...
... those funny yet informative sign boards of BRO and Swastik on the entire route.
It was such a pleasure to reach Gangtok, relax and have some sleep after all hectic and tiring journey. We reached our homestay at 8.00 pm. Mr and Mrs Sharma were waiting for us at dinner. Mrs sharma gave us special hot soup of methi sprouts. She mentioned that this would keep our digestion good and would help us fight mountain ...
... amp; some good fried veggie balls in curry sauce. It started out pretty good, but once the food cooled off, & we had to choke down those chickpeas, it wasn't so nice.
After a nap we made our way down the hill to the heart of the town for dinner. We stopped in some random place & ordered chicken momos, which are Tibetan dumplings, & onion pakora, which are fritters. The momos were bland, except for the side sauce, but the pakora ...
... Sun 24th Feb day 78
We left Gangtok in East Sikkum and headed down to Siliguri in West Bengal following the Teesta river for awhile. We met up with the truck 'Josh' and continued on to the border where we exited India at Kakarbhitta and entered Nepal to 'wild camp ' for the night. We found an isolated spot off the road. We were very thankful to a few locals and their families who owned the land and their dogs for company.
The next night found us back at ...
... 10 minutes up the hill from where we were staying. The morning was perfectly clear, and without yesterday evenings cloud coverage, we were astounded by the view. Khangchendzonga stood right in front of us, the third highest peak in the world…and it looked amazing! Green rolling hills lay in front, and towering behind were the snowy mountain tops contrasting with the gorgeous blue sky. Most definitely worth getting out of bed for!