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Travel Blogs from Gangtok
... in India anymore. It felt quite safe as well, and fairly liveable.
When you're off the boulevard its a very hilly city, and with its altitude it makes it quite tiring to roam around. To add to it, our room was on the top floor of the hotel, up 5 panting levels of stairs. The benefit of that though, was that we had a view of the mountains (if only we had appreciated that more when we could actually see them, because once the clouds set in we could barely ...
... girls are stunning!!! I have never come across such happy people. Everybody smiles and greets you. It is one of the nicest places I have ever been to.To get to Darjeeling one arrives at New Jalpaiguri and takes a taxi ( there used to be a narrow gauge railway but is not running at present due to landslides) up the hill. You start at about 480 feet above sea level and rise up to Ghoom at 7407 feet and then a slow descent to Darjeeling at 6812 feet.
... ones) and you got a fair variety of meat including (allegedly) pork, beef, bacon , sausage and chicken as well as a bit of veg. With full belly's we made our way home for an early night as we planned to get up very early the following day to watch the sun rise ovr the Himalayas.
Day 46: Sunday March 4th
I didn't get a great nights sleep. We had been planning to go to Tiger hill this morning to watch the sunrise over the ...
... have a quiet afternoon, including a sleep for Murray, and uploading of photos on wi-fi for Dianne. For the evening meal, the group all walked down hill, on the south route which we hadn't used before, to the MG Marg pedestrian precinct, getting some good night photos with the small camera. We have a good meal at Gangtalk, an upstairs restaurant with a giant dragon sculpture outside that we photographed earlier in the day. After, we catch 3 taxis up the hill from ...
... on their shirts, the match was Manchester United versus Bayern Munich. The reds were thrashed 3-0, and the ball was lost over the edge and fell down the hill.
As the cloud thinned we were treated to a view over the valley. This place would be a great visit in the summer, I am sure.
We were then left with the long trek back up the hill on empty stomachs. Starving once again we headed for Hasty Tasty. I think, in reality, this is probably a ...
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