Traveling and exploring a new place is always exciting, yet nothing is more comforting than having a place where one can go just about any time, for a bite to eat, several cups of masala cha (tea), or anything you can think of home-made, decent Indian, Nepali, Tibetan food, topped off with a bit of south American touch from Chili. For the wine lovers, a nice and affordable bottle of Chilian wine, taste some Pisko (a fruit-flavored Chilian whisky), or my own invention of mixing it in the masala tea ... The owner has such a big and fine heart for Shangri-la and just anyone who comes through or to rest here. He takes you as friend and makes you feel like home in no time ...
I have truely enjoyed eating there, spending a lot of time watching sun moving its shadows outside, drinking endless tea, meeting new friends with their own adventures, and chatting with a rich-lifed owner as well as his friendly staff.
While on the road, this would make fairly a good place both for one's mind, and stomach.
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