Travellers' Inn

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

    Jiri to Deurali, Sete, Junbesi, Nunthala

    A travel blog entry by tansyjefferies on Dec 05, 2014

    23 photos

    We set off from Jiri early the following morning, with our guide, Ram, and our porter, Santos, getting used to our trekking poles (neither of us have hiked with poles before) and quickly started to ascend. Over the next three days we discovered that there is a distinct pattern to this part of the trek. The instructions from Ram are generally along these lines... "1000m up, then little bit Nepali flat (which is not flat at all, by the way) then 1000m down." ...

    When a cup of tea becomes a city...Darjeeling

    A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Oct 07, 2014

    49 photos

    ... from British colonial times hugged the road all the way up the mountainside. A couple of trains passed by as we made our way up to Darjeeling

    Once there, the steep climb to the hotel underlined just how hilly this town is. After an afternoon siesta, I went for a long walk in the town. Darjeeling really is a charming town. I made my way up to the main square where hundreds of people had gathered. Ponies crossed ...

    Leaving Bangladesh and Entering West Bengal

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 13, 2014

    37 photos

    ... to be more corn fields and I began to notice flat threshing floors next to some houses. They seemed mostly to have yellow corn kernels on them. In a few places there was corn along the road - in one place a bicycle was riding over it. The traffic didn't change much with the same near collisions and parade of rickshaws, trucks, buses, motorbikes, et al.

    When we arrived at the border station, we had to turn in all the papers we acquired. I ...

    Darjeeling.......just our cup of tea.

    A travel blog entry by shellyandmarts on Mar 09, 2014

    56 photos

    ... to get rid of your sins. This one had over 100 and they got us to turn all of them, must have had a lot of sins. We then got to go in the kitchen and say hello to the monks as they were cooking, very nice of them as they didn’t have to do that bless them. Time for a long walk back up the hill, but little were we to know that we would discover one of favourite snacks on this long trek that would make it all worth it – Momos! Darjeeling has a lot of ...

    A cup of Darjeeling would be lovely!

    A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on Nov 25, 2013

    328 photos

    ... 600km!

  • We could see all the mountains, starting with the Everest Range in the West (Lhotse 8571m, Mt Everest 8848m and Makalu 8481m), the Three Sisters Peaks and the Kanchenjunga Range (Kumbhakarna 7710m, Koktang 6147m, Rathong 6679m, Frey Peak 5830m, Kabru South 7317m, Kabru North 7338m, Kanchenjunga 8586m, Goecha Peak 5127m, Kabru Forked 6108m, Simvo 6811m and Pandim 6691m).
  • After breakfast of curry, chapati and porridge, we set off at 8:15, following the ...