The Gochala Inn

Address: Above M.G. Marg, Gangtok, Sikkim, 737101, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Above M.G. Marg, Gangtok.
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      Travel Blogs from Gangtok

      Arranging a Tour in North Sikkim

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on Oct 28, 2014

      25 photos

      ... pole for me and said I would need it. He had arranged for the share taxi to Darjeeling to meet us on the road far below at 7:30 am. Nima and his buddy carried our packs ahead of us down a steep and narrow mountain trail.
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      It took us 15 minutes. We handed the boys a ...

      Sikkim Decoded

      A travel blog entry by journeydecoded on Aug 19, 2014

      14 photos

      ... sleeping peacefully because of the soldiers who are maintaining a vigil at the borders. They are giving their life so that the life of others are not put to risk. They don't worry about the terrain, the heat or cold or snow. All glories to the Indian soldier! Jai Hind!! My salutes to all the army men out there. Hats off to them.

      After a few yards i noticed the starting of the barren land. There was no sign of life..no ...

      A Visit to Enchey Monastery

      A travel blog entry by txherrins on Mar 24, 2013

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      Enchey Monastery was first built in the 1840s and resulted in Gangtok becoming a pilgrimage place. The monastery as now seen was built in 1909. It is built on a ridge of a hill, and even though it is a small monastery provides spectacular views of the Kanchendzonga peak. It is a pilgrimage place that houses 90 monks and provides sanctuary for orphaned and refugee ...

      Up into the Mountains

      A travel blog entry by kellyandbrendan on Mar 16, 2013

      ... were no guardrails. We were a bit smushed in the back, but compared to how we've traveled in the past, it was actually very comfortable. As we were winding our way up, Kelly mentioned how virtually every time we are in a bus or van, people are puking. Not 5 minutes later the little girl one row up starts throwing up out the window. Kelly tried to offer a wet nap, & the girl explosively vomited on Kelly's hand, her mom, & the other passenger in ...

      Singalila Ridge Trek

      A travel blog entry by vicky_jade on Oct 11, 2012

      23 photos

      ... emptied, it was time to go. The first two hours would be the hardest of the day – forewarned is forearmed…or so I thought. Regretting the mango juice as it sloshed around in my belly, I could barely catch my breath after ten minutes. For the most part we were following the road that also acted as the boundary between India and Nepal, and wound its way steeply up the mountainside. However, every now and again we would take a short cut ...