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Travel Blogs from Darjeeling
... of mountains and valleys. Most tourists try to stay near the Mall area to be close to hub of all activities, restaurants and shops. So due to high demand, hotel rates are comparatively higher in the Mall area. Alternatively you can stay a bit away, enjoy better rates, nature & views, and a location relatively free of crowd. We spent 3 chilly nights in Darjeeling before we left for our next destination . PATNA !!!! ...
... It was one recommended in Jacqui's guidebook for tandoori so we made a reservation for 7:00 pm dinner. I liked the vegetable pakora and crunchy pork appetizers (I have taken to eating meat on my trips now) that I shared with Jacqui and the favorite drink of this tour - fresh lime soda. We can't seem to get plain lime juice outside Myanmar.
After lunch, some of us went in search of postcards and, when we had those, postcard stamps. The ...
... we finished the tour we went to the volunteering centre where tasting was on offer. Tea was like wine so many variants we will have to tell you about the different teas when we get back but here they are if you want to do some research. First flush Second flush Monsoon flush Autumn flush And there are different processing for different teas oolong tea is dried for half the time of a black tea and is halfway between a green ...
... day evades us. The poor pigs are certainly treated with no more respect than the chickens, we saw a number dumped unceremoniously on their backs or on their sides as we wandered around. Our walk proved quite unfruitful with regards to views, however we did spot some pasta and therefore decided to attempt veg pasta complete with garlic and coriander rotti for dinner. Given the fact that Deepak and Samyog are both vegetarian and choose not to eat eggs, coupled with the lack of ...
... this morning. It was a three and a half hour drive back down winding roads to our railway station. He was brilliant as he got a porter for us who with little effort lifted one bag onto his head and hung the other on his shoulder - about 40kg in total - and then whizzed off at speed leaving us jogging after him! I think we were the only Europeans in the station and one child just stood and stared in astonishment at us.
The early part of the journey was through very ...