The Sood's Garden Retreat
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... better. Gangtok has a large mall with locals having their little shops as well as some more modern shops . It is very safe to walk around and we walked back tithe hotel with no problems. The weather has continued to be sunny and temperatures around 20C. The next day we visited Rumtek Monastery which was actually working as the monks were in prayer and locals surrounded the courtyard outside in prayer. ...
... park, we also walked through several villages that harvest fodder, firewood, and other non-timber products from the adjoining forests (including some illegal collecting from the national park). In an effort to reduce their impact on the national park and enhance the livelihood security of the villagers, ATREE (my host institution) is working with community members to develop alternative sources of work and educating them about the importance of ...
... it) and sat down to enjoy it. The afternoon was mainly given up to us recovering from our bus journey; the clouds had rolled up the valley somewhat, so we read, and played with Samyog. This being a Saturday it was his one day off school, and he soon became fixated with the iPad, especially Dave's 'Bike Race' game, which he only disappointedly put down once the thing had run out of battery. In the evening Deepak's sister-in-law came round to help with the production of dinner, as ...
... Four GOGs and a goodie-bag full of travel food: oranges, cookies, a few small bags of cashews, and some bottled water.
There weren’t many cars leaving Darjeeling at that hour of the morning, so we had the road to ourselves. Pema played American pop songs on the radio as we bounced along the bumpy road. He didn’t talk much except to tell us that his "uncle’s" name was Gupta. Still no word on his cousin’s name. The sunrise was amazing.
... but its not. All of which were waiting to go to Sikkim, but didn't want too because of the weather. Sikkim is where I am writing this now, and it is wet. You need a permit just to enter Sikkim and I don't think there will be much internet so I will probably get back in touch in a week bye bye
PS more pictures soon I know Im behind but it is SLOW and we have to catch a jeep