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TripAdvisor Reviews Tashi Tagey Gangtok
Travel Blogs from Gangtok
... it was a tunic top and tight pants and in Kolkata it was harem pants and sari. Men are all wearing western clothes. The school uniforms are very western. Today we drove up mountainside and down mountains, 26km in 1 1/2 hrs saw another 2 monasteries and a government training centre for the local crafts. We are nearly over monasteries and stupors now. Don't come to Sikkim if you don't like spending hours in a car or get car sick. We were dropped off down town ...
... an anti-climax i can't for the life of me see what people get so excited about. I'd much rather just stay in bed and have a good nights sleep! Walked back to town though via the Tenzing Norgay footpath/track which took a couple of hours and was very pleasant. Didn't bother going for a ride on the 'famous' toy train whilst there either as it cost 300 rupees and looked pretty **** to be honest.
... to be an easy one, despite being 24km as it was downhill nearly all the way. In addition to our usual group, today we would be accompanied by a goat, walking on a lead held by our guide. His jokes about it being for this evenings dinner were a little disconcerting, and the goat didn’t look too impressed at the situation either. Never feared though, he was spared (at least from our plates) and handed over to someone en route. We flew through ...
... supplements the local government schools on its property and nearby. A siren goes off at regular intervals to remind workers when to rise , when to start work and when to break for lunch.
Any walking you do here is accompanied by a guide and today went through a small very organized little village.Our guide lives in a local village a bit further away , is in his early 20's and went to school locally . ...
... that is famous in this area, he buys 3 kilos @ $1 per kilo. I taste a little and think the sheep’s milk might be good on toast, but I don’t need a kilo. The shopkeeper won’t sell it as he has no plastic bag to put it in and it’s too small to wrap in banana leaf. That’s the problem when plastic bags are banned, tho luckily Pat has smuggled a few in and we get the cheese which I eat a little and leave a ...