Central Heritage, Darjeeling
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCentral Heritage, Darjeeling
Enjoyed our tour group stay at Fortune Resort. Centrally located, we had a luxuriously large room with original wood decor. Staff were were friendly and helpful. Room was equipped with kettle for tea and coffee even if it only worked intermittently. Bathroom had wet-room shower and hot water delivered from 6-9 morning and evening but this was not a problem. Lovely breakfast buffet in airy dining areas.
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... overtaking and crashed into the bollards at the start of a bridge and one dead motorcyclist. Oh and I forgot we also helped remove one taxis driver's mirror when he had trouble getting his vehicle over to his side of the road… smashed it clean off the vehicle as our mirror frame is steel and quite solid, the ********. Made one hell of a noise as it smashed.
We arrived at the Indian border at 7:00am, crossed and things seemed somewhat ...
... enough! We checked into the first hotel we found with available rooms (Dusshera again!) and as the manager showed us to the room I spotted the mosque immediately next door, the loudspeaker on one minaret being practically outside our window – oh well, we would need an early start to fit in as much sight-seeing as possible!
We strolled up into Darjeeling passing St ...
... a mountainous very well exposed side by the English LLOYD with many trees and flowers of each species. There is also an orchid nursery and a greenhouse for delicate flowers. There are various avenues, paths frequented especially by young lovers and students looking for peace and relaxation, away from the chaos of Darjeeling.I relaxed after a nice walk, on a bench in the sun and fell asleep for a couple of minutes, before returning to the cold and busy city ...
... and again took off with the original carriage, backed it onto another platform and those passengers transferred to the carriage. Turned out there was an issue with the connection and decided to replace the carriage. Needless to say we finally left late. Ride was only 8 kms and was most enjoyable with soot/coal greeting us inside, naturally we had to have the windows opened. Stopped for 5 minutes to replenish the water and then a 10 minute stop at the Batasia Loop to ...
... the Bajla name all over town. Deepak and Pinky took us to Deepak's shop to help us pick out traditional silk sarees which were very kindly given to us as gifts! We were pretty indecisive, but eventually picked some out - a bright blue one for me, and a purple one for mum. Then we walked through the vibrant market to a little store to get the petticoats and blouses to wear under the sarees. This time Pinky and Deepak just chose ones for us that matched our sarees, ...