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TripAdvisor Reviews Dezong Regency Gangtok
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... found to be full of interesting photo possibilities. By then, I must have been so frustrated that I couldn't be bothered looking but I did take a photo or two of my lovely momo lunch and accompanying fresh lime soda.
Just as we entered Gangtok, we stopped at a monastery with a famous chorten, or stupa, and a museum of Tibetan religion and art. The museum was established in the 1950's. There were quite a few Buddha statues - ...
... most part was restricted to about 20m more often then not. Nevertheless it was a nice countryside even though we were gritting at the constant climb. We arrived at a lodge reasonably early, about 5ish. Were were greeted by a Nepalese woman who showed us to our room. It was actually pretty decent, as I mentioned before the Nepalese really do know how to build a good house. Gent got wrapped up and said something about a warm down. Now I'd been trekking in just a vest and shorts. it ...
... Darjeeling for just 170 rupees each. Result! Or not...the shared Jeeps are old and uncomfortable and it was a pretty painful trip for a man with a broken coccyx (that's me!); and it was an extra long trip as it turned out.
The little delays prior to flying this morning didn't actually cost us anything; the drive was not so time efficient though. An hour or so into the journey, we got stopped at a contraflow on a tight mountain road which turned out to ...
... me heartburn, there was hair all up in my food, and my plate was filthy. I didn't finish my food and we all went back to the hotel restaurant called Lunar, and ate there. It wasn't as good as the night before but it was still really good. I got a plain rava dosa, we shared some naan and some butter masala paneer. After. We ate we headed back to the room so the girls could shower, Traci massaged my back a bit because it was cramping up really bad, thank god for her. It ...
... stamp in your passport when you enter and leave! In fact if you're a citizen of China, Myanmar, Pakistan or *****ia then there's a fat chance you'll be allowed here (unless you've got permission from the Govt). At first glance, *****ia is a surprising country in that list. I suppose they don't want anyone to con Sikkim folk about some long lost uncle in Santorini who just died and left em a grand fortune!