Sikkim Retreat Hotel
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... eating from just outside, like before we could have contributed our fingers to its lunch if we wanted, we were that close. We all decided even without seeing more it was well worth the 50p! Perhaps best zoo ever. As it was almost closing time, we tried to see the wolves which hid and missed the yaks and otters, but we had seen many yak in Tibet. A really enjoyable day, and Jason and Jordan were good company.
Back on the truck the following day we ...
... a man who proudly hailed from Darjeeling and another man carrying a huge automatic shotgun. We still had a few hundred rupees from our last visit to India which we'd thankfully kept, so caught a jeep into the nearby city of Siliguri. Down on the flat plains the temperature felt at least 10 degrees higher than up in the hills, and the dust and the noise in Siliguri quickly brought back the feeling we were in India again. After a short expedition to find cash we found out ...
... we would be willing to pay for some of Uncle’s and Uncle Daughter’s food, we wouldn’t be paying for anyone’s accommodations but our own.
Pema met us outside of our hotel at 5:00 AM Wednesday morning. We tossed our suitcases in the back of the van… except for those of us who had purchased rugs and couldn’t lift our suitcases to toss them. Once the van was packed, we took our seats for the first leg of the trip: Darjeeling ...
... happy to bring me anything. I am staying 2 nights. I will be here for my birthday! Yeah!!
There are a few towns perched on the side of the mountains. Ghoom is one of them, it has one of the original toy trains, left by the British, that wander through the mountain areas. They keep crossing the road randomly. Apparently I can go up to Tiger Hill to see the sun rise on Mt Everest if I get up at 4:00am. In 6 days time the ...
... ran up the hill, saw what was going on, reported back, and we slowly drove further up the hill. This continued for another hour till we locked the doors, closed the windows and drove through the protest. The students allowed a gap for us to pass but punched and kicked the bus and rocked it a little. Crazy scenes!!
I eventually got to Gangtok 9 hours after my scheduled arrival time. Nevermind. I walked through the city, heavily dominated by large ...