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Travel Blogs from Gangtok
... and Hindus. We also saw a prayer wheel which almost touched the ceiling of the building.
Pemayangtse Monastery at 2084 metres and one of the oldest monasteries in Sikkim, was severely damaged by an earthquake in September 2011 and are currently being slowly repaired though this is Indian time. Young lads aged under 10 dressed in monk clothes were happy to have their photo taken, these lads study for 9.5 years before deciding if they wish to be ...
... the next to be served.
There was only one person in front of me when I arrived at the Toy Train ticket booth, but just as he finished his business, another fellow zipped in from the side and stuffed a handful of cash through the ticket window ahead of me. I repositioned myself off to the side leaning with my hand against the wall to block others from doing the same... but I'm so damned tall that the next line-cutter ...
... took about the same for me to get enough of my breath back to manage to speak. After a brief juice break, we were on it again – with only 6km to go we were making good time. Leanne and I were practically jogging for most of the final stretch, but when the end is in sight it’s worth doing! As soon as we got near to Rimbick we knew – it was market day and we could hear the commotion before we could see it.
Immediately I was willing ...
... huge enclosure which was a rocky and forested area. Unfortunately though these bears had often been taken advantage of and due to their ability to balance proficiently on their hind feet, they are sometimes trained as cubs to dance for human amusement. Black bears are solitary except for maternal family groups, and occupy a home range of 10-20 square km.
They are mostly active at night, although in some areas they may ...
... in time I have mastered the self timer on the camera and there is a convenient pole in the right spot. At 11:11 am click and we all shake hands. I text Julia a message on this auspicious day, she is enjpoying Sydney’s botanical gardens. We drive through Geyzing the main trading town in south Sikkim up past the Rabdentse Palace with its stone ruins and Pemayangste Monastery the perfect sublime lotus.
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