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... and had mediocre pizza at the Bakery. The Bakery is a trendy place which takes a stab at being like a western cafe / bakery. At least they don't serve Indian food.
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Afterwards, we climbed even higher to the New Modern Central Lodge on Tibet Road. The LP recommended this place to meet guests who may be interested in sharing a jeep. Tibet Street has several decently stocked ...
... 2344;ाम्च 68;) is the capital of the South Sikkim district. First our taxi guy took us to
Temi Tea Garden- It is Sikkim's sole tea estate . The tea carries a premium the world over and costs aroundRs. 200/- a kg. The tea is marked by its exotic odour and flavour. Temi tea garden is stunning and very calming. The garden is beautiful, quiet and terribly photogenic
After that we headed ...
We found a new hotel, this time in the heart of Darjeeling, down (or up) a long, narrow staircase. This one had TV, WiFi (!), but no view. The room was a bit dark, but the trade off with the first hotel was worth the move. Plus, it was $2 per night cheaper.
Part of the joy of Darjeeling is just walking around, taking in the views & the architecture. The town runs over both sides of the mountain ridge. Lower down are the famous tea plantations.
... and courtyard before entering the very lavish main temple and then on to the golden stupa. Returning from Rumtek we had the taxi’s drop us off at the bottom of the ropeway, a cable car and took a ride on the cable car up to the top to take in the views and then walked back down into the mall of Gangtok. The rest of the day was spent wandering around town and hanging out again at Live and Loud. Most of us who have been on this trip since ...
I woke up at 3.30 this morning and put just about every piece of clothing I own on. Rushed off to the Jeep stand and arranged to share a jeep with a family from Assam. Destination - Tiger Hill which is about 11 km away and took us about 40 minutes. Passed through Ghoom and then a steep winding track up Tiger Hill. There were probably about 150 jeeps there already and our driver informed us that in the peak season there can be up to 2000. Each jeep can hold up to ...