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... Traditionally fermented leaves of mustard, radish and cauliflower
- Kinema - Traditionally fermented soya bean food
- MaaChoo - Traditionally cottage cheese cooked with butter and eggs
Accompaniments: Pork with Kinema, Shyapta (Beef), Fing with Mushroom
The owner explained the dishes to us and said the set menu was big and two people could easily share. We shared and it was enough. The flavors were interesting ...
... The temple not only serves as a pilgrimage centre but also a major tourist destination within the immediate periphery of other famous pilgrimage centre like Statue of Guru Rimpoche at Samdruptse and Chardhaam complex.
After that our driver dropped us at Siliguri at around 9,00 pm. We checked in hotel "Hotel Central Plaza" and geared up to get ready to catch our flight for Delhi tomorrow morning.
Sikkim journey ...
We awoke early at 6 o'clock to the sound of people knocking on our door. We ignored this as we could tell there must have been a big tour group outside our room and they must have thought our room contained some of their members. Once you are awake in this bed there is no getting back to sleep! I think the cold concrete floor would have been more comfortable. We decided to stay in darjeeling for a while longer as he people are a lot nicer and we haven't been ripped off for a ...
... to our driver that he was to take good care of us, show us nice views along the way, and to drive very safely. As we left she saw us out and urged us to stay safe and have a great time in Sikkim. I really am going to come back to Darjeeling and stay at the Dekiling hotel again. Our drive was long, but very enjoyable. The driver was safe, kind, and showed us some cool sights. At one point we stopped at a view point overlooking the meeting of two rivers. The view ...
... the saddest sound I’ve ever heard. The snow leopard paced endlessly around his cage and the other cats just lay listlessly, ignoring the locals who insisted on shouting to them as if they expected some kind of performance.
All of us felt horrendous for going, paying our fees and being part of the problem – if people part with their money to see the animals in captivity, the animals stay in captivity. If Lonely Planet has got it ...