Shangrila Regency

Address: 21, Gandhi Road, Darjeeling, West Bengal, 734101, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 21, Gandhi Road, Darjeeling, is near Tiger Hill, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Mirik, and Barbotey Rock Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Darjeeling

    The Queen Of Hill Stations

    A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Mar 10, 2015

    137 photos

    ... is taken very ******* seriously here and it's not served as the chai in the rest of the country is. That would be sacrilege. It's served black and unsweetened, like nectar of the gods, and you'll pay around ₹70 for a cup in the high end places, and we did frequent the high end places because there's something about sipping tea, chosen from a seven page menu, from a glass cup, with your pinky up, that makes you feel a little bit posh. ...

    Jiri to Deurali, Sete, Junbesi, Nunthala

    A travel blog entry by tansyjefferies on Dec 05, 2014

    23 photos

    ... versa). Thank goodness for our poles; the ascents and descents are extremely steep and it would be a great deal harder without the poles to help take the strain off the knees.

    The scenery is amazing; stunning valleys and terraced hillsides, beautiful Nepalese villages, Buddhist stupas and prayer flags, more cute baby animals than you can shake a stick at, charming Nepalese people. We stop regularly at tea houses and farms and drink cups of ...

    Arubote, Ilam

    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on May 11, 2013

    29 photos

    ... the music up to full volume, an odd combination. At 10 o'clock we pulled in again, to a filthy roadside set up. Anticipating this stop, we had deliberately kept ourselves awake so as not to be woken up mid sleep. Following the break, and by now genuinely sleepy, we attempted to get some kip, and the music was even turned off. Nepal's roads, we knew, are not famed as the world's best. Neither are its drivers. We had come across some good roads when down near Lumbini a couple of ...

    Rural life in the foothills of the Himalayas

    A travel blog entry by eddim on Feb 20, 2013

    16 photos

    ... of the afternoon was spent until it was getting dark and we decided we should make our way home; one because it would be hard to find our way back in the dark and two the men were starting to aggressive the drunker they got. I was game to go back after our dinner as we were invited to do so but no one else was interested and I didn’t want to go alone. Turns out Ben did go back later and he said it was pretty intense and he almost ...

    We are in Siliguri

    A travel blog entry by teaguy on Oct 02, 2012

    ... amount of people at the Vancouver International. Our drive from the airport was straight out of Lonely Planet or one of the those travel shows. Cars, trucks, motorcycles, scooters, cows, dogs, horses, and many other forms of transportation I may have forgotten. Apparently it is not a good idea to hit the cows with your vehicle and people go to all lengths to avoid contact. Also it seems that if you hit someone better to hit a ...