Hotel Panda International

Gangtok, Sikkim, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gangtok

Sikkim: India's Switzerland

A travel blog entry by kiri-ana


... wheels lining the paths, and young monks playing. It had a very nice atmosphere and was definitely a highlight. We were apparently more interesting to the Indian tourists, however, and on our way back down through the serene path we had a whole Indian family come up and ask (insist) to have photos with us.

As we continued to drive through the mountains Prakash stopped for many photos, such as some of kids playing at lunch time, monks wandering the ...

Day 30

A travel blog entry by craigandkelly


... window to see a body being carried down the hill on a stretcher, covered by a blanket from the hospital.......not what we are used to seeing.

He headed back to the hotel in the afternoon for a rest, ate dinner at the hotel and had an early night so Craig can get rid of this ...

The Majesty of the Mountains

A travel blog entry by shaynayoung


... ensuring the flame of her hope, and the hope of her people, never blows out. OM MANI PAD ME HUM, OM MANI PAD ME HUM, OM MANI PAD ME HUM…

The decent from the hills of Darjeeling is slow and withdrawing, we look to see from where we have come but the twists and turns obstruct our view. The majesty of the mountains is not seen but felt, it is retained within our remembrances and embed on our being for always.


Impossible longing

A travel blog entry by glassbird


... taken up their cause, we are told she has spoken with the PM. I tell our driver about the No Dams campaign in Tasmania. A bumper sticker might be a good idea I think humbly.

I read more about the two big beautiful main rivers the Teesta (Tista) and Rangit. There is mythology about their confluence and harmony as they take the water from the snow peaks down to the valley and into Bhutan then Assam and finally Bangladesh where it ...

Sikkim-more monasteries and snow-capped mountains

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... died in the building). Pass a prayer wheel turned by water from a small stream.

At a saddle on a ridge, about 4kms from town, we stop and climb to the Tashi view point (altitude 6,000 feet) to watch the sunrise. We have to use temporary earth cut steps as the concrete steps have been damaged by the earthquake. We are now above the low clouds and valley haze, but still below the general cover of stratus cloud. We can see parts of the mountains, and as ...


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