Hotel Hungry Jack
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... luck in a veg restaurant named Rasoi and our luck seems to be good as we enjoyed the dine over there.
Day4 25.12.13: Ho! Ho! Ho! Its Merry Christmas! But we were too tired to go anywhere. And the best way to spend any festival is to spend time with each other.
Sikkim offers nice range of drinks. So you can anytime warm yourselves with the local drinks. Though there are casinos and disc where you can enjoy, but we decided to enjoy by our ...
... light, our entire view taken up by thick clouds. Oh well.
We met the three Japanese dudes that were in our tour with us back at the car & went to our next destination. It was a small Buddhist temple. Next up we stopped at the Ghoom Loop, a spot where the train makes a loop around a small memorial for all the locals that had died in battle. There were lots of people selling things along the track. We got a couple terrific samosas & headed back to ...
... trodden paths through undergrowth which was even steeper and more difficult. And barely shorter at all. An hour of this, and I was seriously second guessing my belief that I could do this. Eight months on the road with very little in the way of demanding exercise – thank God for those yoga sessions or I’d have never made it. With a constant fight between lungs and legs to see which could burn the most, the two hours ticked by painfully slowly ...
... clothing or equipment used throughout the different decades. There was an interesting gadget that enabled the climber to give themselves some electric shocks to prevent frostbite.
Unfortunately could not have a ride on the Darjeeling miniature railway as all booked out so had the accompanying Glenburn picnic in the jeep then spent some time wandering the Darjeeling streets .
Back to Glenburn for our last dinner there.
... gear but still if the landscape wasn’t so interesting and beautiful it wouldn’t be much fun.
So we move on, the drive to Pelling is 5 hours so we decide to break the journey in Rabongla. The road is actually relatively not bad, there are no trucks, the driver is great and the sun shines. It’s a small place, the choice of accommodation is minimal and so we make do with a room ...