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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... the name but I think it had something to do with pork as well. I saw mo mo on the menu and immediately decided on them, but no mo mo available. I examined the menu and picked spring rolls next only to find that they were unavailable as well. Finally I picked vegetable pakora with a vanilla lassi and that was what I got. Both were good - the pakora are a bit dry so the chili sauce was a welcome addition.s
The next stop was the handicraft ...
... until they eventually become the highest peaks on earth. You can almost feel the moment when the jeep first elevates to above 90 degrees, and it does not return to flat all the way to Darjeeling. Up and up we drove, in and out of clouds, winding higher and higher, with views down to where the hills stopped and the Terai began. It was easy to see why no buses ran this route. About half way up the road is joined by the railway track, the size of it lending it its nickname ...
... Leslie forgot to factor in time for the driver to stop and ask for directions. It's an honest mistake... men in our country don't do that.
Finding a driver was easier than we expected. Jayshree recommended Pema. She didn’t know him personally, but her sister had enlisted his services once while touring Darjeeling. Via e-mail, Jayshree told us that her sister “vouches for him, his driving and his good manners. You can take his services without ...
... a chance to hang out with the locals, but that young fellow who cut my hair slapped my head around so much I think some fillings came loose. Apparently in Sikkim a head massage is included in the price of a haircut. Not sure what he was doing exactly but the sounds of popping coming from his hands as he slapped my head was hilarious. Deb took a ton of photos and video. Anyhow shopping was done the long drive back to Siliguri had to ...
... monsoon season we couldn't take the train there as most of it was covered in landslide so we had to get a jeep. Darjeeling is now one of my favorite cities and is much bigger than Cromer.
The veiw is amazing but little to our knowledge on the first day we walked around it was the first day Darjeeling had seen the sun in a month and then, as we had left our cameras at ...