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 ...
... or so trying to get the rhythm and we eventually got it. We sounded awful at first, I dont know how we didnt disrupt the Monks chanting and drumming! We kept this drummiung up for 5 mins or so before I got too unconfortable. It was good fun for a few minutes but I'd had enough. Im very respectful of the monks as they must spend hours sat like that, whilst chanting and drumming specific rythms! It was interesting to see and was a nice experience, ...
... to cover up with and jealous of everyone else on the train who were well prepared with sheets and blankets. In the morning thankful that the night was over, I was even more thankful when Margo came to find me. I grabbed my stuff and went back with her to her and Tony’s car and cabin. What a completely different environment to mine. They were the only westerner’s but the young men they were sharing with were so friendly, informative and ...
... western toilet and it looked passable for the night , only 800 rupees , about £10.00
Their other rooms were around 2000 and 3000 rupees but we didn’t think we wanted to spend that there.
We went off to dinner at a recommended place called Glenary’s , the usual popular place frequented by westerners. It’s a lovely building and you could see how grand it would have been in the 1900’s.
Food was great , ...
... 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 ...