Hotel Anand Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Anand Palace Darjeeling
Basic , no-frills hotel. Would not recommend this hotel to anyone.
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... XYLO and that is how we met a wonderful soul named ''XYLO Pala'' (Pala means uncle). Pala was our guide and drove us all around during our stay in Darjeeling.We traveled to Darjeeling through a town called Mirik where we had our lunch. Mirik has become a popular tourist destination for its climate, natural beauty and easy accessibility. The centre of all attraction is the Sumendu lake, surrounded by a garden on one ...
... buddist prayer wheels haha. My tea pot is unfortunately cooper based and quiet heavy, I will regret this purchase in the 3 months that follows while I carry it around. kirsty wanted to dye her hair and always gets it cut before she dyes it. she just needed the ends trimmed so what can go wrong. I left her at a hairdressers while I listened to some music and walked around. When I returned to the hairdresser I was shocked to find they had taken off a good few inches leaving her ...
... the loud whistle of the train and the clacking of the wheels - I took a short video to capture the sounds. We rode through the city into the suburbs - sometimes we could see houses clinging to the very steep mountainsides. There were lots of examples of laundry, prayer flags, and daily life. Toward the end of the ride, we passed extremely close to some market stalls and I came face to face with some chicken abdominal cavities. We got off the train at one ...
... India/Nepal border.
... soaked. We paused under a tree to find hoodies and got wetter. We sheltered under a shop's shelter and considered our options. It was unlikely we'd find a jeep heading up to Phikkal at this hour, and if we did, it was likely they'd charge us a small fortune. If we made it to Phikkal we'd be facing a 45 minute walk down a dark muddy track in rain that wasn't showing any signs of ceasing. Common sense told us not to go to Phikkal. The shop ...