Hotel Sonam Delek
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... number of the jeep with one on our ticket. It was still a tight squeeze in the front due to the gear shift lever but we managed.
The taxi left about 30 minutes late at 2:00PM. The ride was through beautiful mountainous scenery. Past several Buddhist monasteries with hundreds of prayer flags on tall poles, tea plantations and rivers.
... those funny yet informative sign boards of BRO and Swastik on the entire route.
It was such a pleasure to reach Gangtok, relax and have some sleep after all hectic and tiring journey. We reached our homestay at 8.00 pm. Mr and Mrs Sharma were waiting for us at dinner. Mrs sharma gave us special hot soup of methi sprouts. She mentioned that this would keep our digestion good and would help us fight mountain ...
... we decided to go down for dinner. We found a unique Chinese restaurant where we sat in a little booth with curtains. Laura ordered an egg special noodle soup and I ordered some vegetable fried rice. Once again our whole meals and drinks came to about £2 and it is really tasty. We then came back to our room and watched tv in ...
Breakfast was fruit, a muffin, porridge, English style with eggs and sausage or bacon, toast and tea or coffee. Lunch and dinner were soup, an English course (e.g. Lentil Shepherd's Pie, Roast Pork with all the trimmings, then an Indian meal with rice, dal and breads, with 3 other dishes both veg and non veg. High Tea was cucumber sandwiches and scones. I didn't do high tea - I couldn't. Heaven knows how much ...
... the background.
Mt. Kanchenjunga is the 3rd highest mountain in the world.
This morning, we hired taxis and went up to "Rumtek" Monastery, a centre for Tibetan Buddhism. On the way home, we were dropped off at the Gangtok Ropeway (cable car) where we had more spectacular views of the valley and the snow-covered Himals.
After 3 days of rain and snowfall, Tsomgo Lake is now open courtesy of the Army. We head up early after breakfast in 4x4 jeeps enduring ...