Teen Taley Resort
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... 2.5km uphill. In the mist we puffed our way to the Zoo.
First we didn't see a bear as the enclosure was huge and overgrown, this was good in some ways as it meant the enclosures were good and hopefully that meant happy animals. Then we got to the leopards. The happy leopard couple then put on a show for us! They got frisky, the female must have been in heat, the great thing was, as health and safety doesn't apply in India we were standing right ...
... most part was restricted to about 20m more often then not. Nevertheless it was a nice countryside even though we were gritting at the constant climb. We arrived at a lodge reasonably early, about 5ish. Were were greeted by a Nepalese woman who showed us to our room. It was actually pretty decent, as I mentioned before the Nepalese really do know how to build a good house. Gent got wrapped up and said something about a warm down. Now I'd been trekking in just a vest and shorts. it ...
... which turned out to be a thin deep fried packet of dough stuffed with diced chicken & onions. Greasy, but different.
We walked down to the monastery, which had great views of the valley & other mountains. A couple groups of Indians asked to take pictures with us, & unlike normal procedure, we obliged. The buildings are quite modern, probably within the last few years, & much nicer than anything in the village. There were two temples that ...
... and when I made it back, Charlene was gone and Traci was waiting. Leading up to this point, including a few weeks before my trip, Charlene had been going through a stressful period and she was kind of snapping at me. I am naturally sensitive and with the stresses of the trip, everything started to boil over for me. When I saw that's he had just boarded the plane without me and that only Traci remained, I began to become really frustrated. So we got on the plane, met ...
... while researching a potential hike.
After three hours of driving, we reach a border crossing where my permit is reviewed and stamped. I was within 30 minutes of arriving into Gangtok and having my lunch when something happened. The bus stopped! It stopped moving. Hours went by. We were parked on a steep hill and the bus driver was sat on a bench on the road??? What was going on? I had only half a bottle of water and zero food, thinking I would make ...