Hotel Sonam Delek
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... br> On the way back me and my son slept for a couple of hours as we were having headache. We reached back to our hotel and had lunch of paneer.,roti and rice. After lunch we headed back to gangtok. There were a couple of land slides on the way. Luckily we never for stuck as the army people were cleaning the roads immediately.
Of all the things I enjoy about being on the road in India, the signboards from BRO. Do not forget ...
... sect of Buddhists when he escaped from Tibet in the 1960's . He had since died of throat cancer in the US and his successor, a young man still in his 20's, is living in Dharamsala and may not be able to return to this monastery because Sikkim is sensitive to being invaded by the Chinese if they were to have him return. We had to walk up a huge hill - as usual. The complex housed quite a few buildings. The main meditation hall was very colorful ...
... Valley tea estate. This is the highest tea estate in India.m it took us around 30 minutes of walking down into the valley to reach the place we noticed how much nicer the locals are here because they were more than willing to help us find the tea estate. Once we arrived we saw some signs saying that they we suppliers to Harrods so we knew we were in for some good tea. At the entrance there was a guide and we were shown around the factory with a Belgian girl. He ...
... to Katmandu the next day. A chirpy guy but hard to understand with his thick accent. Then Christie showed up, a cute American girl only 18 years old originally from New York but now residing in North Carolina. Her college were subbing her trip as long as she does some volunteering along the way, not a bad deal. She was traveling alone. We had a lovely conversation and I really admired her courage ...
... back up into the mountains toward Gangtok, the Capitol of Sikkim. We arrived in Sikkim, found our hotel and checked in. Traci and I decided we needed to get our own room and we booked a second room. Things are getting a bit crowded with the three of us, and quite frankly I am grateful for the chance to spend some chill time with Traci. We situated in our rooms and then we headed out to eat. We cruised through the Gangtok streets and reached the beautiful and secluded MG ...