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... by fatigue and slept for an hour and then I managed to dinner and now I am staying in a internet cafe' to post this message.I am undecided whether to leave tomorrow morning towards the center of Sikkim that is called the South and then the West, or whether to stay one more day in Gangtok of which I think I've seen almost everything.The night will bring me an advise also because 'I always wake up at around 4am and meditate on the day passed, and on the one that is about to ...
... from a travel agent . The entire package costed us INR 29000 paid with vehicle (Xylo), hotel, food and sight seeing. For Lachen , Lachung permits are needed. So please take sufficient photocopies of your ids and passport size photos too.
Day 3- Beginning of real adventurous journey- next day we left at 9 from our homestay at Rani pool to gangtok. .Our permits were ready so we started at 10. As our hotel in lachen was ...
... wheels lining the paths, and young monks playing. It had a very nice atmosphere and was definitely a highlight. We were apparently more interesting to the Indian tourists, however, and on our way back down through the serene path we had a whole Indian family come up and ask (insist) to have photos with us.
As we continued to drive through the mountains Prakash stopped for many photos, such as some of kids playing at lunch time, monks wandering the ...
... in general but a bit grim in places. And it's got that peaceful village vibe apart from the continuous honking of horns; and I really do mean continuous. The horns start as early as 4.00am and finish around 9.00pm. Between 8.00am and 6.00pm there is nowhere in the town where you won't hear a horn for more than 30 seconds. It is very frustrating.
Rejuvenated by our day of rest, on our second day in the village we decided to escape the noise by doing a ...
... think he may have been on the sauce.
We've definitely got better at this travelling lark. The more we've done the more confidence we've gained and the wiser we've become to the various scams out there. I remember when we stepped out of the airport in Kathmandu two months ago there were literary a hundred touts and taxi drivers all yelling for our custom, I found it a bit overwhelming. Now we're much more thick skinned, and don't get pushed ...