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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeven Seventeen Darjeeling
Great Tibetan style hotel. Clean, upper floors have good views. Staff helpful. Great value.
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... guide who waved us on and said he had checked on the post office or something like that. Not long after, we ran into Tony who was hopping mad because the post office was already closed. We knew it would be closed tomorrow too because of the election. Jacqui and I gave up and headed back to the hotel.
At this point we decided to go straight to the Windamere Hotel where we planned to meet Suzanne, Mike and Bobby for High Tea. Jacqui and I had some time ...
Oops, I got rid of all my cold weather clothes in Katmandu. Maybe I should have held onto them a little longer. So Darjeeling was a little chilly, especially at night. I really had not idea where I was goi in India when I set out on this trip with Deepak. The city is all built in the hills. There are a few monasteries, a Tibet refuge camp, a zoo and a hiking museum and ...
... ourselves crammed into two seats at the back of the bus. The leg space was minimal, even for Jenna, whose broken seat kept sliding off the frame every time the bus braked. Becoming more battered and bruised with every pot hole, we were pleased when we finally arrived at Panatanki, the Indian side of the border. At the Indian Immigration Office we greeted the same shotgun wielding official and Darjeeling resident who had handled our immigration ...
... what we wanted, so we met our driver at the taxi stand by our hotel at dawn and folded ourselves into the smallest minivan ever made for the 27 km drive to Maneybhanjyang. As I reached for the seatbelt, the driver laughed. "You won't need, madam... many bumps are in the road... we are travel slow... " This, it turns out, was an understatement.
The main street in Maneybhanjyang is also the ...
... meant business, almost in a stalking fashion. The patterns on their faces were just beautiful and we wandered past two of them who had been separated from each other.
We don’t think that they were enjoying being apart and what we think was the female kept howling (one of the loudest we had heard) towards the other tiger who we assume was her boyfriend. On the way back down the hill towards the exit we passed by ...