Elgin Nor-Khill Gangtok
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... enormously rich insights into daily living and the personal circumstances of people. They showed how they ground cereals and allowed us to wander through their gardens with broom fronds drying on the roof, the cows and goats in pens, the chooks wandering through the mandarin and tamarind trees.
In this community high standards of health and hygiene were evident. Toothbrushes were visible in the common area and a separate ...
... however do keep yourself properly covered. After some time my son so we decided to head back to our car. We started for Lachen. On the way me and my son both threw up a couple of times. Funny part is seeing us our driver also threw up though he was a local J . After one more tablet we felt good and enjoyed magi on the way. Finally at around 8.00 pm ,evening we reached lachen.
Lachen is a town in North Sikkim . It is ...
... called Hot Stimulating Cafe. We got even more tea, I had banana porridge and Laura had some momo's which are dumplings. We then walked down to the zoo which cost 100 rupees to enter ( around £1.10). The zoo was pretty cool and most of the animals all seemed to have decent sized cages. Also we seemed to be really close to the animals. Mother had some red pandas, black near, snow leopard, Bengal tigers ...
Early in the morning we said good-bye to Gangtok and began our homeward journey. Budesh, who has been our driver in Darjeeling and Gangtok, skillfully maneuvered our car over treacherous roads and through chaotic crowds during the five-hour drive to the airport in Bagdogra. Monday is market day, and the towns were filled with carts, people, animals, bicycles, trucks, etc. We said farewell to ...
... acclimate to the increasing altitude. Lodge/vista points we stayed in were: Tumling, Kalapokhri, Sandakphu, Phalut, Gorkhey, and Shirikhola. Highlights were: seeing views of the highest peak in the world (Everest), India and Nepal (Kanchangzunga) and Bhutan; GREAT weather and clear skies the whole time; staying in lodges over tents; eating traditional Nepali foods and drinks; learning some Nepali; and interacting with Nepali people, especially the ...