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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Bidding good bye is never easy and that too when it is to such a beautiful country, it is all the more difficult. The experiences will definitely linger on for a very long time to come I am sure !!
We checked our and went to the Paro airport to catch our flight to Bagdogra. Further on we drove to Darjeeling from Bagdogra.< …
We drove 3 hours up the windy, mountainous hillsides of India to the famous city of Darjeeling. It was a beautiful drive at first as we wound around the edges of the foothills of the Himalayas the vistas continued to become even more beautiful as the jungle foliage turned into more coniferous forests surrounded by fog. The hillsides and steep ravines reminded me of the hillsides of Italy ...
... landscape and the natural history of these rare and solitary animals. You can view the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQoIcguH yQ0
We came to the park to trek the ridges and experience the stunning landscape and mountain culture. We were very luck to have as our guide, Tenzing Sherpa, an employee of the ATREE - Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology & the Environment (my host institution), with many years of experience living ...
... vertical as we wound our way through it to our hotel. It is very, very steep. It has that touristy feel with lots of hotels and guest houses and little shops.
When we finally arrived at the hotel, it was quite chilly. I only had on a short sleeve shirt and was cold. We had to wait for our keys and then had to order our food at the hotel restaurant before we could get to our rooms to change. I am now in bed with my down jacket, leggings, ...
... foothills of the Himalayas and one of the most famous train journeys in the world for the cost of £3 for both of us. I sat next to the window with the camera ready like a Japanese tourist ninja for any opportunities for a snapshot of literally anything of interest. The mist was low on the valley floor but apparently it lifts in the afternoon obscuring the snowy peaks. That why we had to get up early. We passed ...