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    Travel Blogs from Gangtok

    Gangtok - Switzerland of the East India

    A travel blog entry by soumentour on Dec 20, 2013

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    ... 12.13: Today we headed for Tsongmo lake and Baba Mandir. Again a hectic journey. We reached first at Baba Mandir, which is in an altitude of 13000 feet. The temple is dedicated to an Indian army soldier, Harbhajan Singh who died near Nathula Pass. The temple is surrounded by hills. On our way to Tsongmo lake, Sunil Ji(our driver) halted in two places: one where it was covered with snow and the other where it appeared to be an ice skating ring.


    Fun in the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by kellyandbrendan on Mar 17, 2013

    ... remaining 2 pastries.

    Later that night, we went back to Glenary's to eat upstairs for Kelly's birthday dinner. We had fried cheese balls, Chinese roasted pork with vegetables, mutton curry, & chilli potatoes. Kelly also got a couple glasses of red wine. It was pretty decent, but when she ordered a second glass the waiter came back with a small plastic cup filled up with wine & just dumped it in her wine glass. Classy.
    We got out of the place ...

    Darjeeling - Land of the Thunder Bolt

    A travel blog entry by vagabondtour on Oct 17, 2012

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... the bells from the monastery ring out all is good. There are already plenty of people about from young kids, old people, early morning joggers and of course the Porters. Porters in Darjeeling carry anything on their backs, from shop supplies, huge baskets of chickens, Gas bottles, timber and furniture. It is back breaking work but they just plod along from one pick up to the next.

    Have a very nice hotel with great views over the valleys and 37 steps to ...

    Toy Trains, Tea & Tigers

    A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Mar 01, 2012

    214 photos

    ... week long trek into a peaceful half-day trip. Sticking your head out of the window was a mistake as you got covered in soot and ash from the train. Along the way we had 2 stops, one to top up on water and one to explore the Gorkha war memorial at the famous Batasia Loop. In Ghoom itself we used our 30 minute break to explore the Train Museum and indulge in a few late lunch Momo's. Rather than sit in the expensive restaurant upstairs in Glenarys that evening we ...

    The Zoos in the foothills of the Kangchendzonga

    A travel blog entry by glassbird on Nov 22, 2011

    8 photos

    ... beast continues to occuply a realm between legend and truth. Some Sikkimese believe that the yeti is a spirit and hence cannot be seen.

    Zoologists are reluctant to dismiss the ideas of the beast’s existence. They hold still that the still unexplored areas of Sikkim may well hold many ecological secrets, among them the yeti. If the monks are to be believed, the label Abominable Snowman does great injustice to the ...

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