Kurseong Tourist Lodge
- Room service
- Free parking
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... precipitous road edges and scale up the steep mountain sides. They are colourfully painted, often with cloth panels covering the doorways. As we walked to the outskirts of town we passed more people and clothes washing points along the road, with monkeys also feasting on the rubbish which now seems more contained to the waterways!
The highlight of the day was the toy train ride. This little locomotive and railway, built ...
... on the bed. Then the power went off around midnight which meant our fan stopped which meant the mosquitoes had a Nick and Val feast of epic proportions. After a horrifying night of "sleep" we woke up at 3am to head back to the station, only to find that the train was running an extra 5 hours late (so, that's right, 15 hours total). So we spent the next few hours in the waiting room, reading while rats scurried around our feet. ...
... taxi, grab my bags and make my way towards him. I made it in time it is literally between 527-530. I pay for my bus ticket and am ready to get on the shuttle size bus sitting in front of the booth. Lol. Nope after paying they led Deepak and me another block down the road to the actual bus stop. At this point I know we might have paid an extra buck or two for our tickets as it wasn't the bus station, but I don't care. I just hope the bus is still here. It is. We throw ...
Looking up at the lofty mountains, it seemed to pierce the azure blue sky. There they lie in grandeur. Looking down, it seemed the whole world, so limitless her boundaries. A sense of detachment from the earth could be felt only at such mountain heights.
Tinchuley is a small village in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal. There are a very few accommodation so it is advisable to make prior booking, especially during the peak seasons. There ...
... very impressive and the way he is respected by the local community was very obvious.
All the food he serves to the guests (as you stay full board) is grown by the property or his neighbours. It is all prepared by several local people, in local traditional styles and was the best food I have had for a while, if not the whole trip. Always diverse it ranged from curries, to soup, to Momos (Tibetan dumplings) to great porridge and ...