Elgin Nor-Khill Gangtok
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were most commonly filled with meat—beef, chicken or pork—although we did also see vegetarian ones as well. Making the momos is an art form in itself and one morning we watched as members of a small family restaurant prepared their momos for the lunchtime meal. After mixing the dough, it is rolled into small discs, stuffed with a spoonful of meat or vegetable filling ...
Next day was an official day off! We got up late, just in time to catch breakfast in the hotel (it was included...you can't waste it can you!), wandered round the town (not so pretty in daylight!), planned our next moves, blogged, and watched TV (footy, movies and Burn Notice...this programme always seems to be on telly here and we fall asleep to it regularly!).
Like our 'homestay', Darjeeling is something of an anomaly. It's fairly small ...
... things over, and I really appreciated her honesty. I truly care for her, and no matter how it hurts me to face it, she is right. Also, I care a great deal for Charlene and I had no right to snap at her and treat her like that. I needed to try and fix it. So I went to the room and asked Charlene if she would be willing to hear me out. Thankfully she agreed, I apologized first, and I deeply meant it, and then I explained where I was coming from, and she was sorry ...
... see in the disgusting transport hub of New Jalpaiguri. We walked to and from the train station many times to check for changes. The train finally arrived 24 hours late and left the station at 9.45pm. We ate dinner just before we left but ordered breakfast with the train attendants. We slept all night on the sleeper class bunks. 12/5/12 We spent all day on the train which we hadn't thought would happen but it was running 9 hours late. We met a nice Indian family who bought ...
... the cane baskets they carry on their backs.
Darjeeling finally turns up amidst horns and traffic, people everywhere we are back in Bengal. Our driver has to park a distance from our hotel as his number plates are SK (Sikkim) so we start to walk in chaos a little concerned as we are a few days early for our hotel booking. Out of the woods pop our guardian angels, we had met them previously in Sikkim and had enjoyed their knowledge of places to stay and ...