Hotel Hungry Jack
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... was used by visiting nurses and health workers for midwifery, innoculation and health education. The area has high levels of childhood vaccination. This is the sort of work undertaken by our guide’s wife, the first guide we have had with a wife employed outside of the home. Many more women are visible in the community in this part of India (Sikkim), with a range of Indian, Nepalese and western dress adopted.
The main ...
... was extremely cold and windy. Our driver asked us to buy some popcorns and keep on having it to prevent headache and vomiting and trust me boy those popcorns really helped. The way kept on surprprising us with stunning landscapes and wildlife . Amongst that there were army troops employed throughout. In extereme cold conditions our soldiers brave the cold, wind, harsh living conditions, so that we can sleep at home peacefully. ...
... platform we can see into Tibet, Bhutan and the nearby Sikkim. I then walked back and stopped in at a small cafe. I had some momos and pancakes and read my book on my ipad. I then headed back to the hotel via the post office. Back at the hotel and Hadley felt a bit better but didn't feel like eating anything so in the evening I went to the usual noodle soup place and bought Hadley back a few snacks. Then relaxed in the room and got an early ...
... few pictures. I chose some and he insisted on giving them to me. I have one of short stories which includes my Naughty Little Sister - but I don't think it's the same as in UK!
Had tea and talked for another 30 mins or so: a number of subjects. Finally he decide that he and I had met in a previous existence and that we may meet again in the next one. Which, when I started walking up back to the hotel looked as ...
... amazing guide--and boarded Air India for the two-hour flight to Delhi. (Decorations for Holi, the Festival of Colors, were being displayed in the airport, and we lamented being unable to stay to witness this exciting event!) Our next flight to Frankfort was scheduled to depart in ten hours, and a sleeping room at the airport seemed a super idea! At 3:00am we left Delhi aboard our Lufthansa 747 ...