Tashigang Resort

Address: Yangtey (Pelling ), Pelling, Sikkim, 737111, India | Hotel
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      Super Sikkim Scenery

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on Nov 05, 2014

      31 photos

      ... the driver down several times and handed him packages or envelopes for him to hand to people further down his route.

      After 3 km, he turned around and we felt relieved. Fifteen minutes later, we were back where we had started in Tashiding and near the monastery the two ladies next to us got out. Later, we picked up more people and soon we were filled to the brim. The scenery kept me glued to the window. ...

      Rough Driving to Sikkim

      A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 16, 2014

      65 photos

      ... hour down ...and quite steep. Since it was 4:30 pm by now, I opted out of the walk and told the local guide that I would not be doing it since I would be returning in the dark. He said OK, fine. Jacqui also decided not to go. When the others left, she remarked that they left in the van and we thought they were walking from the hotel. Jacqui and I agreed to meet for tea at 5 pm - which we had - and then we went back to our rooms and agreed ...

      Arubote, Ilam

      A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on May 11, 2013

      29 photos

      ... Phikkal are covered with tea gardens. We were promised two weeks of peaceful, simple living with the opportunity to learn about and contribute to the local tea industry, as well as taking in some of Ilam's beautiful scenery in the company of a rural Nepali family. We were looking forward to it. Let's start with the downside: the journey east from Kathmandu was maybe the worst and most uncomfortable we'd taken in our lives. Despite being booked on to a relatively comfortable ...

      Rural life in the foothills of the Himalayas

      A travel blog entry by eddim on Feb 20, 2013

      16 photos

      ... our hosts Andrew Pulgar-Frame and his mother Deki whose family has owned the land for generations. His father was a Scottish tea planter who married his mother and he was raised here. Andrew along with his mother now run the place as a homestay. There is the original main family home, where some of our group stayed and were we had our meals in either the dining room or the two sitting rooms by the fire. The rest of us stayed in ...

      Singalila will leave you singing

      A travel blog entry by lionelrishi on Feb 23, 2012

      ... he puts this down to the strong winds we experienced last night.

      Apart from the Everest range we are also able to see Baruntse and imja Tse (a.k.a Island Peak – the peak that we intend to climb up in a few months) and the sister peaks, however it’s the view of Kanchejunga that becomes all consuming, and we move around the plateau to get a better look of it.

      Boort is also here, again sans guide! ...