Travel Blogs from Gangtok
... I’m still not quite sure after comparing them to others I had bought, so I get my lighter and sure enough one melts. Back to the store with the bead and an amulet I also bought. I tell him its plastic, there is no argument and I give him back the amulet advising him it has a bad feeling. He returns my money asking me about the amulet with the bad feeling, as I leave I can still hear him muttering about the bad feeling.
When the sun ...
... the crowds as if they're all made up out of same poled magnets. Of course we donīt have this kind of agility so we just knock women and children over with a smile.
It did not take long to have shambled the Bazaar inside and out. A final thing that had been recommended to us was the 'Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and Everest Museum'. Being fans of all things Himalayan and Institute, its catchy title alone convinced us. It only took thirty minutes of map ...
... 1501;, או חיות אפריק 88;יות אחרות, אלא רק בעלי חיים מאיזו 12; ההימא 00;יה שמצוי 97;ם בסכנת הכחדה. ...
Once again, an early start. The leaders have decided that we need to do the "rope car" this morning before getting our jeeps to Ravangla at 11.30am. The 'rope car" is another name for a cable car! I had seen the cable car on the walk last evening and thought that it was an option. After arriving at the cable car for an 8.30start, we stood around for 30 minutes. Nothing unusual for India. I had to keep moving around, checking things out; you know the inquisitive at work. I ...
... extravaganza" that prevented me from
sinking toward the depths of idleness. That idleness had its apogee in Kolkata,
when I kindly refused the invitation from people to play cricket with them when
I was walking in the main park, and instead went 6 times at Mc Donald's in the 3
days I stayed there.
I know I could have traveled differently in India,
because fortunately the last bit of land has not been arranged to suit tourists