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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 ...
... ties with Tibet. The mountainsides are dotted with prayer flags billowing in the winds, while Buddhist prayer shrines appear in hidden nooks amongst the boulders.
Our driver, Mohan, and guide, Kalden were young men, who were old friends who loved traveling together and sharing their tales and stories with their guests. They were so knowledgeable and delightful to be with that the hours flew by in their company.
In North Sikkim, we visited the ...
... interested in sleeping than entertaining us. Next up we saw some small river fish, & then some colorful birds & small hill cats. The cats looked like variations of leopards, only house cat size. We mad our way back down the hill, & this time the red pandas were more active. Oh, & we found a bench & split the cream roll.
We looked at some colorful parrots & the like (no idea why they were there), & stopped by the Asiatic black ...
... 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 bells from the monastery ring out all is good. There are already plenty of people about from young kids, old people, early morning joggers and of course the Porters. Porters in Darjeeling carry anything on their backs, from shop supplies, huge baskets of chickens, Gas bottles, timber and furniture. It is back breaking work but they just plod along from one pick up to the next.
Have a very nice hotel with great views over the valleys and 37 steps to ...