Vinayak Hotel

P.S. Road, Gangtok, Sikkim, 737001, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gangtok

Monastry and then Tigers plus rain

A travel blog entry by brucetumba


... They have about 150 monks studying here. Cheryl pointed out fo a peaceful mob there are a lot of armed gaurds around, even around the monastry. After this we went back down and back up the other side of another hill to a zoo/national park where we saw a couple of snow leopards and some other animals one I can emember is a civet cat. It started raining very heavily so we decided not to hang around any longer, besides Dan was hungry. We had ...

Tea Plantation and Snow Leopards

A travel blog entry by margom


... in 1816 then returned most of the lands back to Sikkim in exchange for British control over border disputes. The King of Sikkim leased the uninhabited land back to the East India Co. And in 1835 the hill station of Dorje Ling, now Darjeeling was established and the first tea bushes were planted resulting in a massive influx of Gurkha laborers coming down from Nepal. There are still ongoing calls today for a separate state of Gorkhaland

Mountains and Momo's

A travel blog entry by rorycarolan


... that night we ate in the hotel - ordered at half 7 and it was served close to 10 o clock! in fairness im pretty sure there was nobody else staying there except family and they had to go out to get the ingredients to cook what we ordered. their restaurant is a room on the top floor of the hotel and has 3 walls of windows overlooking the mountain range - we didnt get the benefit of it due to the clouds but id say during the tourist season the views are amazing!

Exploring Darjeeling

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe


... a whisky and a wine to combat the cold, along with some hot curry. On returning to our guesthouse we found our room was a bit like an ice box and we had to ask for some hot water bottles and have a hot shower before jumping into bed with the addition of several layers of clothes. Unfortunately the tv was not working properly but as the internet was ok Annabelle managed to speak with Nicky and have their Christmas catch up. A lovely end to a lovely day. ...

Sikkim-more monasteries and snow-capped mountains

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... a view of the back side of the city. We then continued up through guarded gates to the Tsuglhakhang temple. Take no photos at first, until we find photography only banned inside the temple, so then take some excellent photos of the temple and other buildings. The temple features black trapezoidal surrounds around the windows to look like the Tibetan style, which has trapezoidal stonework surrounds. Shoes off to inspect the interior, which has quite elaborate ...


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