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... found to be full of interesting photo possibilities. By then, I must have been so frustrated that I couldn't be bothered looking but I did take a photo or two of my lovely momo lunch and accompanying fresh lime soda.
Just as we entered Gangtok, we stopped at a monastery with a famous chorten, or stupa, and a museum of Tibetan religion and art. The museum was established in the 1950's. There were quite a few Buddha statues - ...
... just two other passengers, and they'd need at least 9 before they'd consider leaving. Therefore we got a free tour round the town, back the way we'd come, through the centre of a political rally and round for the best part of half an hour before the driver reckoned he had enough passengers to warrant leaving town. Nearly 24 hours in Darjeeling and we hadn't seen a single tea bush. Ah well, there were enough of them back in Arubote, where we needed to get back to before the end of the ...
... and excused himself to the far end of the room. I suspect he called his uncle, as a very lively conversation ensued in what I think was Nepali, but could very well have been Bengali… or any of a number of other languages that are spoken in India.
After Pema hung up the phone, he returned his attention back to us. "Slight problem is no problem, madam. Two day trip, madam. Hotel in Bodhgaya”.
We smiled. Not only was the crisis averted, but we ...
... to the original story- there's loads of land slides here and so the road to the north of the country is broken and the Indian army is currently building a new one! So unfortunately no glacier exploring for us :-(
Some rather coincidental news. There was an earthquake in Sikkim on 18/09/12 measuring 4.2 on richter. Quite weak I suppose but this created so much wide-spread panic! Why? There was also a severe earthquake ...
... happy to bring me anything. I am staying 2 nights. I will be here for my birthday! Yeah!!
There are a few towns perched on the side of the mountains. Ghoom is one of them, it has one of the original toy trains, left by the British, that wander through the mountain areas. They keep crossing the road randomly. Apparently I can go up to Tiger Hill to see the sun rise on Mt Everest if I get up at 4:00am. In 6 days time the ...