Hotel Himalayan Heights
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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... masks - both of which Mike bought. Gillie bought a red panda pencil case and I got a surprise present for Suzanne for her birthday - I hope she likes it!
Our next stop was a park that had a flower show. Most of the flowers were orchids - the most incredible orchids I have ever seen. I saw cim on some of them - as well as their variety names. There were also some clivia I think and astromeria. There may have been some other flowers I ...
... food we ate whilst we were here too. When we originally arrived late in the afternoon the plan was to grab a seat in a cafe, have a bite to eat as we were starved, then one of us could go off to investigate the accommodation in the area whilst the other stayed with the bags. This cafe/restaurant ended up being Kunga's, a tiny family run Tibetan place. They served us the MOST amazing veg and cheese fried momos! They are a classic Tibetan snack that can be filled with anything ...
... they serve High Tea. In the afternoon Sarah and I did some more wandering up and down the various switchbacks that make up the town of Darjeeling. My calves got a serious workout today.
Hopeful for better weather the next morning a bunch of us signed up for the early morning sunrise trip to Tiger Hill (2585m) on the eastern extremity of the Singalila Range that provides a 360 degree panorama view of the Himalayas. However waking up @ 4:30am and ...
After a restful night at the Mayfair Darjeeling we had a wonderful buffet breakfast and met a couple from Toronto who had boatload of questions once they learned we were in the tea business. On our way out of Darjeeling townsite our driver announced an unexpected stop due to a failing tire. Not all was lost as we were given extra stop to take in a special vista from a special location. Just above us, a short walk up a path ...
One of the quintessential images of Darjeeling has to be the Toy Train, which was a little pricier than expected and frankly a nightmare to book thanks to the backward system they are running at the ticket office. Nevertheless, we had to do it.
To be honest…it was a huge let down. The steam train itself was very cool but the fascination was short ...