- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Dezong Regency Gangtok
Travel Blogs from Gangtok
... 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 - ...
Just as a quick note, due to the complete shoddy nature of Indian wifi I will have to for now stop adding pictures, I want to, but it takes an unbelievable amount of time and righting these things takes long enough. I am trying to add them to Facebook but that proves to be a task and a half also. I'll do my best, but for now text is going to have to be the only flavour. Hope you continue to enjoy these and thank you all for reading :) xx Darjeeling! I've been quite looking ...
... passing overhead! The rain briefly ceased, allowing us enough time to reach our hotel. The rain and hail continued throughout the night, and we were so surprised when the hotel sent woolen-covered hot water bottles to our room to warm our bed and our feet! Never slept better!
... 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!
... looked in my basket and wondered how I'd got the actual amount so badly wrong. Anyway no one seemed to mind and Mia Debbie said I was her daughter so it can't have been too much of a disgrace.
Below is the home I stayed in. Actually the open doorway leads into my room.