Modern Central Lodge

Address: M.G.Marg, Opp.Metro Point, Near SBI Building, Gangtok, Sikkim, 737101, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on M.G.Marg, Opp.Metro Point, Near SBI Building, Gangtok.
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      Travel Blogs from Gangtok

      Worth the visit to see the Himalayans

      A travel blog entry by bartsinfriendst on Oct 08, 2013

      ... part of the Himalayans and this is the reason why we wanted to come here. Apparently two thunderstorms went through the night but we didn't hear a thing but we heard some rain. By the time we departed, the third highest mountain in the world was visible. Took just on 45 minutes to negotiate down the mountain and we only have 127 kms to travel for the day but this is going to take over eight hours so you can imagine the condition of the roads or ...

      Fun in the Mountains

      A travel blog entry by kellyandbrendan on Mar 17, 2013

      ... Next we wandered down the mountain through a tea plantation. No one was currently picking in the fields, so we stopped in at the Happy Valley Cafe. The woman running the place showed us the different kinds of tea grown in the surrounding estate. She had worked in the fields for 38 years, & now ran the cafe. The workers receive a weekly allowance of the tea. Her & a few other women put together their allotments & sell it under the table to travelers. ...

      India!

      A travel blog entry by hobo-magic on Nov 10, 2012

      1 comment

      ... a puncture and came to a stop. We found space on the next Jeep, the American yelled at them all until it was agreed that we wouldn't have to pay anymore and we were on our way again. The three of us and the American's suitcase were squashed in the back this time. The road increased in elevation all the way up endless switchbacks up the hillside.

      We stopped after two hours, Kate bought some crisps and a substance we thought was fudge but turned ...

      Toy Trains, Tea & Tigers

      A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Mar 01, 2012

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      ... its the right one and ask someone there. Of course in this time you ran the risk of your train pulling in and leaving. Leaving Ben with our stuff I went across there and tried t find out what was going on as quick as I could. After finally getting to the front of the line (Somewhat more challenging and less well defined than back home) I was told that it should be arriving in about another hours time at one of the platforms we were guarding. Annoyed but relieved ...

      The Hidden Forest

      A travel blog entry by glassbird on Nov 06, 2011

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      ... the recent earthquake was the most damaging. He tells us of his family background, his grandfather was in charge of the ports in Karachi before Partition, then they lost everything tho his father then became in charge of media and was responsible for the introduction of TV to India. His family did not marry within their class and each generation was encouraged to follow their imagination. He was an interesting guy with a passion ...