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Old 14th April 2009, 17:29   #16
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Congratulations on making it safe back to civilisation. I salute your tenacity to get the driving permit to North Sikkim.
The photographic quality of the first picture is simply fantastic. Worth sending out for travel photo competitions. Please post an image of the route map for lesser mortals like us to understand exactly where you went.
One last word of advice/request - please don't ruin the brilliant photographs with those captions. Please preserve the image in toto and write the captions properly, so that we can enjoy the full image.
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Old 14th April 2009, 17:32   #17
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wow adc. your introduction pictures of the safari are good enough to be featured in the next safari advertisement.
Let them pay up the EMIs [past and the future] and TM can use all the pictures.

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@adc: Safari & You simply rule! Hats off!
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Great start to the travelogue sir, keep them coming.
You and your Safari rock. keep rocking
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Another STUNNING performance from the VTT & another stellar travelogue in the making. Keep 'em coming Anirban!
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Aha, so finally adc and his camera thawed out! Was looking forward to this travelogue for quite a few days. Seems you'd been having too good a time thawing out on the beach to even log in here...
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No words to say but silently sit and read his travelogue and enjoy it
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Simply amazing. I am already stuck to this thread.
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thats the way Safari should be used guys,i just love your travelogues and this one is simply mind blowing.
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Another great one from ADC!
Eagerly awaited travelogue, ADC. Glued to this one!

Hey thanks one and all, the joy of sharing is no doubt greatly increased by such wonderful words!!!



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Anirban, Guru fatafati start !! If this is what a teaser looks, the travelogue will attract lots of expectations.
Was it Sikkim na Swijjarland?

Will keep on waiting for more.
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The higher reaches of North Sikkim was totally covered snow and ice. It is an amazing sight. Just like everyone once wishes to travel to Leh-Ladakh, this is one place everyone should come once at least to go through these high altitude places.


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Any chance of GPS tracks of where you went?
I would recommend all travelers that even if you do not want to have a full fledged GPS consider investing (couple of thousand) in a GPS logger. This is a great way of sharing routes and other information and geotagging pictures.
Waiting to see more pictures...amazing journey's adc.
I do not have the GPS or any other device as such, of course would love to have such and is a much needed necessity for long distance travel. Followed the army tyre track for Gurudongmar and never left the lone telephone post going that ended up in the Army base high above.



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Did Hail Storm able to catch the safari?
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@adcid you take any pictures of the hail storm chasing you? If yes please post. This can then be featured by the TM for their next Safari Ad with he tag line "Life Reclaimed: Building Up its Own Storm"
No way, I was driving at around 60-70 kph over that boulder strewn path - as I find later on, the damage is a front tyre sidewall cut and the LX letters have fallen off. Though I have that amazing frozen waterfall picture.

It was a real bumpy and dangerous ride with edge of the seat driving - we both had a bad headache because of spending so much time at that height [8.5k ft to 18k feet in 5-6 hrs - everyone is affected with AMS] , and Chopta valley was really desolate, do not really know what would have happened if we would have got stuck - health wise.

One thing I have come to learn at before 12 noon, the high altitude is all clear mountain and good scenery but almost like a switch everything changes after noon.

Should not have gone there at 3 pm and it was foolhardy bravery with a small child and we two, not a single vehicle or man lives out here at this time of the year.

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I too dream of doing this trip But dont know when I will be able to make this up. Tsongmo Lake is the amazing place to visit. I had visited this place in 1995 in some Commander Jeep with my friend. And now I feel like to drive on my own.
Surely that is a place to come, even if by the tour operator Maxx and Sumos. Some amazing snow pictures of Tsongmo coming up.


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ADC Congratulations on making it safe back to civilisation.

One last word of advice/request - please don't ruin the brilliant photographs with those captions. Please preserve the image in toto and write the captions properly, so that we can enjoy the full image.
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Sudipto da it was great having your SMS at Lachung, N Sikkim, and our short messging to and fro regarding diesel shortage. And surely since those were the introduction pics, they had the captions - no more text on images.

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Old 14th April 2009, 17:34   #18
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ADC,
Write a book on your adventures, (I won't call them travels, No!)
You are the guy every Team Bhp-ian would want to be.
Keep it coming (but yes do write a book)

Regards (& ofcourse hats off !)
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Adc > all i can say is "wonderful". I can imagine the thrill and fun you are having touring desolate and unseen lands. In the process you serve as inspiration to one and many including me. The photos are simply awe inspiring.
Your grit and determination show through your travelogues.
You are right though that one needs to go and see for ones self what wonders are there to see in these unseen lands.
Looking forward to the rest of the travelogue.
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Default Day 0, 1, 2: Kolkata to Gangtok and around Gangtok

Day 0 and Day 1: April 1, around 8:30 pm we left Kolkata and went along the old NH34 road, i.e., going through Barasat, Krishnanagar, Berhampur, and joining up the Panagarh route at Moregram.

Reached Gangtok around 1030 am. NH34 is smooth like it has been never before but night journey has to be done as it gets crowded big time otherwise during day hours. Extended periods of 100-130 kph is possible between 1 am to 5 am. Stopped in between 2 times, first at Gazole for a late night dhaba dinner and then at the BP pump at Dhalkola - for a total break of around 1.5 hours. Good to Moderate truck and long distance bus traffic is there all through the night on NH34 - of course no one wants to drive during the daytime.

Reached Gangtok and since no hotel booking was there, as soon as we entered the city we kept on looking for hotels - but where do one park and get down to enquire about hotels? and also Gangtok traffic police is there in full force in each and every intersection and crossroads - one thing I found very good is that they catch hold of even the taxi fellows - they are mighty scared of them and as a result no illegal parking and no useless traffic jams that are seen in hill cities.

Anyway rambled along the length of city along the NH31A going right in the middle of Gangtok and almost at the other end, found a hotel [Hotel Rajnandini] which looked decent enough with its car parking space free.

Immediately slotted the VTT into there, on enquiry found it quite reasonable and was looking at such rates itself as I was thinking of spending 2-3 days in Gangtok itself in pursuit of permits. The hotel choice was a very good one as a budget hotel, the staff very courteous and all from the South Bengal side, and them making very good local cuisine each and every meal. This really took the pain out of fooding in Sikkim now as all chicken products [meat and egg] are banned due to the bird flu situation and with nil local poultry out there, the market is devoid any poultry. So one has to eat just noodles or rice or some local sabzi or pay some good amount for some smuggled chicken food. HVKumar on this current tour stayed in this same hotel for 2 days, but again this is just a budget hotel with clean and good rooms and some 4 kms away from the MG road nerve centre.

So on checking in around 1130, having a nice bath and food, got a good afternoon nap, and in the evening went to the MG Road, the Mall road of Gangtok. Beautifully done and just walking around seeing the shops and doing nothing else to return to the hotel at around 8 and early dinner and
then managed some work for me till late night. Airtel datacard being the net connection provider. All through the day it is cloudy and raining hard to intermittent.

Day 2: Rain has continued all through the night and is intermittent and still continuing and mist and fog is all over. And I learn that even for local sightseeing around Gangtok, local taxi must be taken. Anyway with the intention of turning back if blocked we proceed to go to the nearby places like Tashi View Point, Hanuman Tok and Ganesh Tok.

Rain & mist
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These points [Ganesh and Hanuman Toks] provide visitors with a stunning vista of the sweeping mountains of the Kanchenjunga Massif, but now with a mist and fog that was impossbile for sure. Also wanted to visit the Himalayan zoo to see the snow leopard and the Red panda. Visited all these sites with no hindrance from the local taxi drivers - in fact they are ever helpful with directions.

First we came across -
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Tashi View Point, situated 4 km from Gangtok town, was built by Tashi Namgyal, the late King of Sikkim. It offers a breathtaking view of the majestic Mount Khangchendzonga and other peaks of the Himalayas. Visitors have the opportunity to experience
the changes of color of snow of mountain there. The Phodong and the Labrang monasteries can be seen on the opposite hill. It also has a resting shed and a small cafeteria. The park, situated near the View Point, is a perfect place to enjoy a picnic.
But as the weather was those days, it was all raining and mist and fog, one can hardly see 40-50 feet beyond. But then we were not complaining - what it means is that the upper altitudes to where we would like to go will be full of snow and ice and that is what made me resolutely puruse for the permits - these Gangtok places can be visited any time of the year. Stopped for some time and then proceeded to Ganesh Tok and the zoo.

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Ganesh Tok is a very small temple located next to the television tower on the hillock on Gangtok–Nathula road. Ganesh Tok is located 7 km from Gangtok. The altitude of this spot would be 6,500 m. This temple is devoted to lord Ganesh.
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What Khangchendzonga, the TV tower is hardly visible!!!
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Sited contiguous to Ganesh Tok is the Himalayan Zoological Park which is a vast wooded hill converted into a zoo. This is one of the unique zoo's in which wildlife is housed in near natural surroundings. One has to be alert and silent to sight wildlife.

Himalayan Zoo Entrance and Walk
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Hanuman Tok is situated approximately 5 km rising from White Hall on a bifurcating road of the Gangtok–Nathula highway. And it is 11 km away from Gangtok town. The height of this point is roughly 7,200 ft. From the top of this hillock, once can get wonderful view of Gangtok town and the nearby hills. It is a temple dedicated to lord Hanuman.
Hanuman Tok and parking
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Himalayan Zoological Park - Snow Leopard, Red Panda & Civet

Returned back late afternoon, and with torrential rain and me having work from evening and all through the night, was confined to the hotel. From tomorrow is the day when I go all out for the permit for Tsongmo Lake from Sikkim Police.
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Day 0 and Day 1: Good to Moderate truck and long distance bus traffic is there all through the night on NH34 - of course no one wants to drive during the daytime.
Why is this so Adc ?
Wonderful pics bhaina!!
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Truly great pictures and as someone said before, TATA can use some of your snaps in their next commercial. The place is simply Wow.
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I have been admiring you and your escapades for long

Please attend the Kolkata TBHP (Overnight) Meet. (Kolkata Meet - April 2009)
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Enroute to Tsongmo [Changu Lake] on a worse weather day

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Tsongmo Lake (also called Changu Lake or Tsomgo Lake) is a large lake in the East Sikkim district of the Indian state of Sikkim. Etymologically "Tso" means lake and "Mgo" means head, thus literally meaning "source of the lake" in the Bhutia language. The cerulean lake is about forty kilometres away from the capital Gangtok at an altitude of 3,780 m (12,400 feet). It is oval-shaped, with a length of about one kilometre and has an average depth of fifteen metres. The tarn with its refulgent waters is situated on the Gangtok-Nathula route

Got up early morning and after some peruasion and Sikkim police absolute cooperation, got the permits for Tsongmo [Changu] Lake. No private vehicle is allowed. Among all the Sumo and Maxx taxis going, Safari VTT-TMT was easily the odd vehicle out, with pvt registration plates and self driven. The joy was beyond description - with the permit and the papers in hand, rushed back to the hotel, had a fast breakfast and off we headed among the all the taxis heading towards the Lake.

Absolute fog on the way up
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The sky cleared suddenly for a fleeting moment
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As were proceeding, suddenly heavy rain and snowfall and the taxis were not allowed to proceed till the lake. But again by chance VTT was between a Army big truck with snow chains and all and a Army 4wd Gypsy. Thinking that we are a part of convoy they let us through - may be also a remote chance the pseudo-military Cycus Gray colour also helped!! Reached the lake after much sliding from one edge of the road to the other on the bridgestone HT tyres with a rear tyre having one side worn off - a fantastic and equally exhilirating one hell of a rough and slimy road. Later on in between there was break in bad weather and then again some taxis were allowed and again the weather suddenly turned bad and the flow of taxis were restricted once again.

Roadblock enroute for a sometime due to loose rock slide
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And then sliding at first on the mud
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VTT was between a Army big truck with snow chains and all and a Army 4wd Gypsy. Thinking that we are a part of convoy they let us through - Other taxis told to wait till weather clears up.

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Tsongmo Lake was being travelled in one of the rough day with snow all through. The whole lake area was completely covered with snow and as we spent the day over there, most of hours snowfall and/or rain was there. But again to go through these kind of weather and come through is another unique experience - absolutely missing on a clear day.

At the permit paper check point
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Towards Tsongmo
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ADC guess you were the odd one out as everyone else were the usual Sumo, they thought Safari was with the Army and let you go.

The wheels of the truck with chain and the last picture took the cake in this post.
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Why is this so Adc ?
As said, NH34 is smooth like it has been never before but night journey has to be done as it gets crowded big time otherwise during day hours. The village huts and shops are almost on the road and it is a pain to drive during the morning - easily add another 2-3 hours of journey time plus fatigue. I did this daytime journey during my next-day VTT journey to N Bengal forests and one has to be super alert - chickens, babies, men, cyclists, motorcyclists, village women drying hay and what not.

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Looks like you're really using your Safari to the max. Hope to meet you some day.
Sure, definitely me too - surely the day will come.

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Truly great pictures and as someone said before, TATA can use some of your snaps in their next commercial. The place is simply Wow.
Hey thanks again.

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Of course, again, same case here - been admiring yours captions and the unique snaps - unparalleled to say the least.



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The wheels of the truck with chain and the last picture took the cake in this post.
Gotta admire these trucks, the sitting position is like 1st floor height and with 4wd and chains - it is the boss out there.

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At Tsongmo Lake - Part 1 pictures


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Anirban, WOnderful pics of Snow. I am yet to witness snow in my life.

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Why is this so Adc ?
NH34 pass through big/small cities like Barasat, Krishnanagar, Shantipur, Baharampore and you will all kind of vehicles, people, cattle plying during daytime slowly you down considerably.

Sometime back the road itself was in shambles. People were taking the longer but faster NH2/NH60 route to Moregram. Atleast the road is motorable now, thats a good news.

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At Tsongmo Lake - Part 2 pictures

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