Classic Guesthouse (Dant Kothi)

Address: C R Das Road, Darjeeling, West Bengal, 734101, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C R Das Road, Darjeeling, is near Tiger Hill, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Mirik, and Barbotey Rock Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Darjeeling

Day TwentyFive - Tea Tasting

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Mar 13, 2014

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... numerous teas, but feeling confused, we didn't buy anything. DawaLama sent us on our way to get some lunch, get refreshed and get organised before meeting us again later to take us to our overnight train. The remainder of our afternoon was spent rushing back and forth through the city centre ticking jobs off our list. We were determined to find some famous Darjeeling tea for gifts, so we went from shop to shop trying to find the best. We came across a small tea ...

Arubote, Ilam

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on May 11, 2013

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... dinner in time for the return of electricity at 8pm. Our meal was graciously endured rather than enjoyed by our hosts (although Samyog giggled all the way through) and their friend who had come to meet Deepak's neighbour for the first time, hopeful of an eventual marriage union. All told, our first attempt at cooking in three months was a disaster. We went to bed resolving to eat only dal bhat cooked by others from now on. Day Seven: Friday An early rise was followed by a ...

Darjeeling - more Nepal than India

A travel blog entry by nickallansmith on Apr 04, 2013

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... 5 floors (no lifts in these budget hotels) to our rooms. But we were all hungry so we dragged ourselves out for something to eat...

Darjeeling is in the Himalayas in the far North of India near Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan. As a result, It feels like a different country more like Nepal - different people, different food, different shops ... oh and a different climate - very. We'd gone from an oppressive 35 degrees to a 'refreshing' 15 degrees in just five hours; it was windy, ...

The day the earth stood still

A travel blog entry by lionelrishi on Feb 22, 2012

... off for some tea (about 30 minutes ago) and will catch up once he’s done. We ask him why he didn’t also stop for tea or lunch, to which he replies that he didn’t feel like it, so the guide told him to carry on and follow us!?

Although this is a fairly simple trek, it is over 3000m and strewn with a myriad of paths that lead off in different directions – to leave a 70 year old man to their own devices here is totally irresponsible and ...

Tea and Toy Trains

A travel blog entry by johnandalison on Nov 07, 2011

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We awoke on our overnight train from Varanasi to green rice patties and palm trees enroute to Darjeeling. This old British hill station in north eastern India sits on a picturesque ridge amongst tea plantations within sight of the Himalayan mountains. We disembarked at the town of New Jalpaiguri, because the foothills climb too steeply for traditional trains. The British built the narrow gauge Darjeeling Himalayan Railway in 1881 to help transport people and ...