The Sood's Garden Retreat
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... our sarees, bangles, bindis and mehndi, we went downstairs to join the festivities. There was a drum band playing at the front gate of the hotel and the groom's side were all dancing along, so naturally we joined in! After some time Navin arrived on a horse, looking like a prince. The music and dancing continued as a parade along the brightly decorated path as Navin and one of his young cousins rode the horse up to the huge outdoor area where the party was held. Preeti met ...
... get way too little. It was pretty far out of town, so we headed back in. We found a place back up the road that was in our price range with TV & hot shower.
We decided to head to a restaurant/hotel called Sana Hill Hotel for dinner. We headed up the hill. Turns out it's on the very top of a mountain. Three kilometers later in the pitch black we came upon it. Their front was locked, but there was a buzzer. They opened the door & we asked if ...
... the airport and crash - and a flight home early Friday morning. I've only been in India for 17 days or so, nowhere near long enough to get a sense of what the place is like but I've had an amazing time all the same. I can easily see how people can spend months in India traveling around the country - different states are such a contrast with each other. A couple of weeks is no time at all but I'm so glad that I've finally been able to visit. Happy 2013 everyone - see you in Blighty. ...
... 3rd bus of the day swept me away from the border to the transportation hub of Siliguri, where I shoveled down my first Indian meal – a delectable overload of flavor and spices. Part 4 of the day’s transportation was a jeep, once again leaving the city to head north… back into the mountains to Darjeeling. Anyone who enjoys tea enough knows of the Darjeeling tea varietals that spawn from this region of north India. Built ...
... impressive side of Teesa Valley, Sikkim and the Himalaya.
I know i keep on about the views and most are incredible, fantastic, awe inspiring and too big to be real - This vista takes all of the above and magnifies it ten fold.
A crystal clear atmosphere, blues skies and the absence of cloud gave an uninterrupted view over West Sikkim and the worlds third highest mountain Kanchenjunga. Sitting peacefully in the gazebos allows you to appreciate natural raw beauty in all its ...