Hotel Sonam Delek
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... on the walls, benches for prayer and some hanging things. Our local guide explained the identity of several of the Buddha statues and paintings. One large Buddha was behind a wall. Certain Buddha representations match the sect of Buddhism, e.g., the Yellow Hats have one and the Black Hats another (I think). From there we went to another smaller hall that held photos of the main Tibetan Buddhist leaders - the Dalai Lama, the former and present Black ...
... to forests and natural reserve of Sikkim area. Carry These Documents!
- Get a at least 5 copies of your passport and Indian visa, as well as 5 passport sized photo. This is essential as you go through many checkpoints within Sikkim district and there may not be a photocopier all the time.
... had arrived the day before) and some jeeps that would first take us to Josh so we could get out bags and then we were off to Darjeeling. It wasn’t long before we got out the city and started the climb into the mountains before we noticed that it didn’t feel like we were in India at all. It felt more like being back in Nepal with more Nepalese people then Indian, momo’s instead of samosas and Tibetan prayer flags started popping up ...
... Gangtok is by far the cleanest and most sane place we've seen in India. There are even designated "no honking" zones, which if you've been to India, you know is a big deal because the Indians honk, all the time, at everything. There are actual sidewalks here too, and we even see that there are signs encouraging car smogging and keeping Sikkim Green, which is fantastic. We cruised through the mall, and found the restaurant we were looking for, Taste of Tibet. We came for ...
... 10km, through what could easily have been English woodland. It was gorgeous packed mud paths, covered in leaves and surrounded with trees – it made me pine for my lovely dog Bobby back home! Despite getting off to a great start, the path soon got steeper and Leanne’s knees were really playing up – how unfair that after all the tough uphill stretches, it’s the supposedly easier downhill ones that give you grief. Needless to say, ...