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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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 ...
... good and hearty meal and just what you need on a cold evening. We had a couple more homemade wines took a nice group photo of the family (where not a single one of them were smiling and or looking at the camera) and thanked them for the hospitality. We decided to give into our calling beds at very early 8.00pm or sometime around then. I got into the rock solid bed and took a few deep breaths. The cool air coupled with the smell of wood all around me reminded me of skiing in the ...
... stand & bought 3 out of 4 of the seats in the 2nd row. We showed up in the morning, some guy looked at our ticket, & told us 2 seats were in the 2nd row, the other in the 3rd. Ummm, no.
We got into the 2nd row & shared it with one othe guy for the entire ride down through the mountains to Siliguri. A couple in the front row shared three seats amongst them as well. It was a little awkward because the back two rows averaged 6-8 people, not including ...
... 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 ...
... plantations picking tea with Mia Debbie - the grandmother living in the home where I stayed. I discovered that I'm pretty sure tea picking is not the job I am supposed to do. For a start I often just saw leaves, somehow unable to see the tips that we were supposed to be picking. Occasionally ...