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TripAdvisor Reviews Tashi Tagey Gangtok
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... along. Gilly saw some poinsettias and amaryllis just growing in the ground. I kept seeing tall clumps of bamboo and some weird trees that I finally asked Kunjang about and he told me that the tree leaves had been picked for animal fodder so that is why they looked like old stumps with a few new leaves sticking out. It was very hard to take photos from the back seat even though I was next to the window because I couldn't really move my arm and ...
... splendid. We had to start early next morning (around 4 a.m) for Gurudongmar. So, the staff of the hotel served us dinner quite early. I must mention about the food which was too good. Yes, this is coming straight from the heart of a foodie.
Layered up in warm clothes, we embarked upon our journey to Gurudongmar. It was very cold during the month of November. The water on the roads had turned into frosts which made the ...
... out we were running a little late. He smiled. She pointed out he had just smiled his tip goodbye. I would have dearly loved to smash his teeth in with his own cab!
For all these delays we still caught the flight which was fine and landed bang on time. Buses leave when they want in India, not when the timetable says; idiot boy wasn't really that bad and the taxi driver was no different to any other taxi driver. But grrrr, it had been a frustrating journey ...
... with the changing morning light. But, on rare occasions, whilst far from Everest, the peak is clearly visible. Today is one such day. All I can say is thank you! Stunned! After this, we head off to a monastery (which was great) and a war memorial for Gurkhas. But after that mountain view experience. Nothing else was required. Happy, just happy. Clear why we are in this cold and a little boring part of the country. Darjeeling is growing on ...
... Gangtok although the hotel was not in Gangtok but rather on a hillside with spectacular views and clear mountain air. We arrived at night which added to the mystique of the property, with its subtle lighting and Tibetan feel. Monks were chanting in the courtyard as we arrived giving us a feel of really finding Shangri La. Deb was immediately taken and had no desire to leave any time soon. To our friend Ingrid, you would feel right at ...