WelcomHeritage Denzong Regency
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... Siliguri for a night, then started to make pur way towards Kolkata. This is where we lose Dave and Alicia as their visas run out early due to the information given by Odyssey being incorrect. They will meet us in 10 says time in Chang Mai in Thailand. I will be very strange without them as we enjoy spending time with them.
For those waiting on an update on the group, I think the time away from the truck has done us good, although there is now a ...
... trip to the Peace pagoda and Japanese Temple, we decided to finish the day off with firstly a visit our favourite little cafe for tea and cake, and then a wonder around some more of the little shops and boutiques around Darjeeling. It was a nice day.
Today was our last day. Our intineray was to visit the Llyod Bontanical Gardens and wonder some more in the late afternoon. So we set off around 1 ish from our hotel. No sooner had we left it ...
... by jeeps up and up some very narrow winding roads it took most of the day to reach Darjeeling which straddles a ridge 2200m up in the Himalayas and is 600km from Kolkata. Darjeeling in its hay day was very much a holiday resort town when the British were here. It still is to some degree as well as a major tea-growing centre where the famous Darjeeling tea is grown. I did try my fair share of the tea while I was here but I have to say I found it very weak. ...
Our guide was a little late meeting us at the Himalayan Getaway tour office, and I hoped that was the reason for his ridiculously quick pace as we half jogged at his heels on the way to the Jeep. Of course the Jeep wasn’t ready to go so the just eaten breakfast could have stayed a little more settled with a slower paced walk, and I hoped this wasn’t a sign of what lay ahead over the next 5 days. Turned out, it kind of was!
After an ...
... Indian tourists. I found the only hostel in the city, walked up 6 flights of stairs to my shared room then ran all the way back down to order a curry, rice and some nan bread. Boy, was I hungry!! I felt very unsocial and tired so took an early night.
Gangtok is a very hilly capital city of the state of Sikkim. It has a Tibetan laid back feel to the area. Young women dress down, compared to the rest of India and as a tourist, I ...