Hotel Tashi Delek
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... twelfth century, that was erected by the king of the time to thank the Guru Rinpoche who brought Buddhism in the country and became crucial for eight centuries, until the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1959 when it housed the reincarnation of the last Dalai Lama and was expanded with the help of the king of Sikkim.The monastery is located in the mountain in face of the one that houses the city 'of Gangtok and therefore you must go down for 12 km and then go up for another 12 km ...
... tower on the hill is popularly known as Ganesh Tok. It is just 7 km from the heart of the Gangtok city at an altitude of 6,500mt. The temple can only accommodate one persona at a time but is well known through out the state. It is also the best place to get a view of Raj Bhawan, Kanchunjunga and the surrounding valley. Close to it is Smriti Van, where one can plant saplings for their loved ones.
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... was the same. Half expected to see their Rotary Club there to meet us like the last time we were here (Deb & Grant). The drive up to here was extremely windy and rough in places with huge drop offs from the road, there had been a lot of slips and the road had to be routed around them. Typical of Nepal in a lot of ways with houses perched right on the edge of ...
Last day in darjeeling We woke and had breakfast. We then walked down to the train station to catch the toy train circuit route for 10.40am we were a bit disappointed to not have the steam train they used nonetheless it was good to be out on a day trip! The seats were quite cramped and it was fully booked. We set off and went backwards past darjeeling and through the mountains. We stopped at the balacia loop, which is a great bit of engineering from the Brits,it makes it ...
... away as the light changed on the mountain tops. "Yes Richard I know I have taken a lot of photos but I will only keep the best". The best 200 will that be? Having said that it was fantastic and we could even see the tip of Everest so it was certainly worth the early start.
On the way back from Tiger Hill we stopped off at two monasteries the second of which was beautiful and we talked with one of the monks who asked us if we would like to sit and hear part of their ...