Uttaran Hotel

Raja Ram Mohan Roy Road, Darjeeling, West Bengal, 734001, India | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Raja Ram Mohan Roy Road, Darjeeling, is near Tiger Hill, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Mirik, and Barbotey Rock Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Darjeeling

Darjeeling

A travel blog entry by nickwheatley on May 05, 2014

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... 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. ...

Darjeeling

A travel blog entry by backpackinbawds on Nov 29, 2013

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... streets that we saw merely an hour before were completely gone as well as most shops and restaurants. We were a little put off, but returned back to our hotel's restaurant and stayed in watching movies that night.

Exploring the city was worth waiting for daylight; Little steep streets zig-zagged all around the town, the people were bustling about carrying impossibly heavy loads on their heads and how about them mountains?! The ...

Karmi Farm, Sherpa Tenzing, Mr Happy and Momos

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Nov 05, 2013

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... situated on a hillside overlooking the city was very nice, yet it was disappointing to see all the Indian Tourists ignoring the visiting rules. I saw plenty of animal being teased, (especially with the Tigers), visitors throwing ice cream wrappers into animal enclosures and plenty of screaming and loud noises. All these actions were prohibited by the zoo rules, yet ignored. It reminded me of the rubbish on the trek, left on the pathways and mountain ...

Darjeeling- more tea vicar?

A travel blog entry by porkchopjim on Oct 31, 2013

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... little convenience shops but there were a lot more large concrete strips where the shops sat in. As we passed through the towns we could see that the ethnicity has started the change. The majority of people living in these areas had the Asian style or "Mong-go-lin" as we later learned is the official name. it was quite clear that there was a lot of Nepalese influence here. Shops were selling the more recognisable Nepalese style ponchos, vests, scarfs and jumpers with ...

India: Darjeeling

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on May 20, 2013

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... to cross there. Kakarvitta (or Kakarbhitta, depending whether you want to rely on road signs or government offices for your spelling) it was then, and for an hour and a half we headed downhill from the hills to the plains of the Terai. Deepak had warned us that jeeps would drop us in Charali (more of Charali later) where we would have to hop aboard a bus or another jeep. Our driver had told us that we could go all the way to Kakarvitta however, so we had hopped ...

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