Hotel Panda International

Address: Gangtok, Sikkim, India | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Gangtok

    Sikkim - Mountains and Momos

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 18, 2014

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    ... or wood or other hard materials. After the museum, we walked up a very steep hill to the monastery complex in the center of which was a large white stupa. There were prayer wheels on 4 sides of the stupa and I spun some on two sides of the square. Gilly spun them all and she said her arms hurt at the end.

    Gangtok appears to be a quite large city with lots of high rise buildings. Of course, it is built on slopes of the mountains and ...

    Trekking; Day 1

    A travel blog entry by porkchopjim on Oct 31, 2013

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    Day 1: Maneybhangjang to Tumling 9km hike climbing 1000m from 2000m to 3000m. When we woke up the morning of the hike I don't think either of us were particularly ecstatic. We'd both had pretty ****** sleeps and were quite tired. We packed a single smaller, but well supported hiking style bag for the trek with a few days clothes and other essentials and headed to the travel agents. When we arrived the shutters were closed but we were greeted by small Nepalese lad called Niraj. He was ...

    More tea vicar

    A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Apr 05, 2013

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    ... on our short but complicated journey. Particular thanks go to the wonderfully distinguished chap, Padmar; a teacher and ex-Gurkha who, if my maths is correct professed to be 60 but looked about 40 and had no trouble with the steep undulations of Darjeeling town centre. Thankfully he showed us virtually to the door of the hotel as it really does have some very steep paths and hidden back alleys does Darjeeling. Not a good place top wander aimlessly for half ...

    Darjeeling - highs and lows

    A travel blog entry by vicky_jade on Oct 06, 2012

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    ... 8230;we are all fairly against zoos. People had told us that it wasn’t to be missed – there were snow leopards and red pandas, etc, and the Lonely Planet made it sound appealing.

    It wasn’t. The cages were small, and all on the side of the hill so the floors were sloped at a steep angle. Absolutely no chance of any of the animals having a run – the Royal Bengal Tiger was perhaps the most well housed but he was ...

    The Gangtok Chronicles

    A travel blog entry by kenyanmaasai on Sep 21, 2012

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    ... 09/11 in Sikkim. What are the chances of that, you actuaries?

    Tibetan Buddhism is ripe here in Sikkim. All sorts of hats here. Red, Black, Yellow. Very famous monastery here - the Rumtek monastery. This is a replica of the original Kagyurpa monastery in Tibet, and was built in 1960. This place is so important, you've got Indo-Tibetan guards everywhere. Behind the monastery is an institute of Buddhist studies ...

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