Hotel Satkar Residency
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... of people and sellers all crammed in was immense, stalls selling gadgets, brightly coloured sari’s, all manner of food and snacks and thousands of people walking around the streets and alleyways making their purchases. We were the only white people there, so quite a spectacle for the locals! We found the famous cake and sweet shop and munched down on some tasty treats and prayed that our bellies could handle them, the shop looked extremely hygienic considering the ...
... off to the town centre. About a 2km walk down a steepish hill through a tall forest of what we think are larch trees. The river roars along below us on the left. The town has a Main Street which has been turned into a pedestrian mall so is very pleasant with all the little shops along each side. Many selling touristy things like shawls, jewelry, brass statuettes, etc, plus a range of food places. Mostly takeaways ...
... and videos they had recorded when were in the air. I would have tried to look better if I knew there was a guy with a 60x zoom camera in his hand recording me! We all took our recordings for Rs.400/ person after much bargaining.
On the way back, we stopped at the river. It was surrounded by forests. It was calm and silent and the only sound was that of the nearby stream ...
... which was established in 1960 and it functions just like a regular government. The 43 members of the parliament, including the Prime Minister, are elected by the Tibetans around the world every 5 years.
We visit temple of the Nechung Oracle, who is considered to be the State Oracle of Tibet. The ...
... and almost non-existent internet this was the first time I’d been made aware of my unexpected good fortune. My cell phone still had no coverage, so I used a pay phone at the internet café to quickly call Vivien, who happily passed on the woman’s phone number. I called her. My luck kept getting better; she spoke excellent English.
I suggested having the bag mailed or couriered to Delhi but she said those services were both unreliable ...