Perhaps the best part of this whole tour. As it is said that the best is saved for the last. We started early around 5AM, 30mins behind schedule. It was drizzling persistently since the past night and we started our journey amidst the rain. The roads were average to poor because on such high altitudes it is a difficult thing to maintain such roads with the risk of landslides. Covering the landscape and braving the cold we went ahead and reached Thangu Valley around 6AM. At Thangu, our group experienced first snowfall. As I mentioned in the heading that Sikkim's weather is unpredictable, you won't understand when it will rain or snow or stay clear. At Thangu, the snow was just like cotton balls all around we were mesmerized by the view and I couldn't control myself when our car stopped at a local eatery for breakfast. I and one of my groupmate just went down into the valley and started clicking pictures of the landscape. Mr. Robin got angry and the remaining group members started searching for us. Then we hurriedly boarded the car and went ahead and had breakfast a few miles ahead. After breakfast we headed straight to the lake via Gurudongmar Road. That landscape was too beautiful. The lake, ranked second highest of India at an altitude of 17,800 ft above the sea level offers a spectacular view all around and due to the high altitude the oxygen levels were low and spending more time was difficult. I salute our Army for constantly keeping vigil on the borders in such extreme conditions. After spending around 30mins at the lake we left for Lachen and had a brief refreshment stoppage at Thangu. All the snow melt so fast as if Nature just rubbed the painting. These things draw people like me to travel throughout. Well it again drizzled around and after having lunch at Lachen we left for Gangtok. The drizzle got a bit heavy while we approached Chungthang. It got heavier and heavier and heavier, till that day I didn't saw such devastating rain it was like a cloudburst but Mr. Robin was so conscious that he just kept driving in the condition where there was zero visibility. Hail accompanied alongside rain which made our journey more difficult. I was on the front seat and was just surprised by his driving technique. He was phenomenal that day. He dropped us at Gangtok taxi stand where we again had to hire a taxi to the hotel where we stayed earlier. After shifting at the hotel we left for MG Marg and had dinner there.