Watching the sky from another sky - West and South Sikkim

Point Zero

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Day 4 & 5 (Borong - Ralang - Rabong - Namchi - Sadam - TareyBhir - Kolkata):

In the morning, we walked around their kitchen garden to breathe in fresh air. At the end, they finished their custom of bidding farewell with a white scarf and waved goodbye to us. One of their friends came along with us, as she needed to go Ravangla. On the way we took a break at Ralang Monastery.

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Bye bye Borong
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Old Ralang Monastery.
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New Ralang Monastery.

To be continued ...
 

Rdatla

Datla Ramesh
Enjoyed excellent coverage of your Sikkim visit. No matter how many times you visit such beautiful places, you will never get bored. Waiting for continuation of the trip report.
 

Point Zero

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Point Zero

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Day 4 continued ...

After dropping Vishnu (friend of Sachita) at Ravangla, we reached Tareybhir. Fog has covered the valley and we were quite disappointed but we waited for a while as we could see the clouds rising up.

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Returning from Borong


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Random snaps from Rabong to Namchi


It was cloudy from the morning and we were worried that we would not be able to see the scenic view from Tarey-Bhir. After roaming here and there for 2 hours the place was clear enough and the place took us aback with its vivid beauty.

Tarey-Bhir when we reached ..
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It is situated on a beautiful locale near a rural hamlet called Sadam, which is about 18 km away from Namchi. The word ‘Bhir’ means cliff in the local Nepal language which has a breathtaking viewpoint of the river valleys below, the lush green forest coverage, panoramic view of the confluence of the two rivers of Sikkim Teesta and Rangit. TareyBhir also presents a comprehensive view of the tea garden sprawled on a sloppy hill of Peshok with a train of houses all aligned along the road to Darjeeling.


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Tarey-Bhir in clear sky

Next day we reached Kolkata at evening safely.

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Teesta from Sevok

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Near Burdwan.. Its Puja Time ..


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Gasazaya (Thanks You)
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