Glenburn Tea Estate

Dist. and Post Office Darjeeling, Darjeeling, West Bengal, 734101, India | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Darjeeling

Glenburn: a heavenly little plantation retreat

A travel blog entry by smeelog on May 17, 2014

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I sometimes think we're like hobbits going on an adventure:

"What is finer than flying?" said his eagle. Bilbo would have liked to say: "A warm bath and late breakfast on the lawn afterwards".

As we sit here, taking a leisurely afternoon tea on the veranda, my gaze drawn over the tea estate by a pair of dancing butterflies, I can' …

Darjeeling - more Nepal than India

A travel blog entry by nickallansmith


... br> Jo had another battle with Indian Railways bureaucracy at Delhi station trying to get a refund for the reservation farce mentioned earlier. She was deafening at 50 metres so must have put the fear of God up the people who she was talking to 1 metre behind the screen. Lucky it was Jo-proof!

We ended the day at Shurruti restaurant where spectacularly-garbed waiters served us all-you-can-eat thalis. Lots of stuff not had before which is what holidays are all about.


East Terai

A travel blog entry by tristan_g


... tea. A rather quiet, peacefull hill-top town surrounded by tea plantations, filled with good people, and after only a short period of time I felt welcomed by everyone. Much of the country’s public transportation system had been on strike recently, and we were informed of a planned one day off strike the following day – just 1 day before my 90 day visa expired, so I had to take that bus to the border.

A remarkable 3 months, thank you Nepal. Off to ...

In search of the Raj in Darjeeling

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... photos of the train with the mountains in the background, and other engines warming up in the engine house across the road. Our train pulls in, and we board the first of two carriages, 3 across and about 10 rows. We get single seats on the downhill side, turns out we are facing backward, but can get good views, and Murray can get forward views by kneeling on the seat or standing, as it is the end row.

The train is very noisy, and slow, and emits lots ...

A Biker's View of Bengal

A travel blog entry by royalbull350


... we started out from Mandarmoni towards Bakkhali. By the time we reached Kukrahati ferry service our body was so warm that we could fry an omlette quite easily. Pradip had been told that he had to cross the river on a small [i]dinghi[/i] and it was enough for him to be frightened out of his pants. The calmness that arrived at his face, when he saw the huge launch that was to ferry us to Raichak, was worth capturing.

On the ferry that crossed us over to Raichak.

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This 3 star hotel, located on Dist. and Post Office Darjeeling, Darjeeling, is near Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Mirik, Barbotey Rock Garden, and Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary.
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