WelcomHeritage Denzong Regency
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in danger of hitting the window with my lens and the section between the windows was right where my camera was pointed. Gilly was very kind and tried to give me extra room but even that didn't help really.
We stopped for a 10 minute walk along the road to stretch our legs at one point. I tried to take a photo of Suzanne as she investigated one of the stairways up to a field above the road but you can't see the stairs in the photo. ...
... It is filled with wheat, yeast and Millet. I'm not sure what this millet is but it is what makes the beer, beer. You fill it up with warm water and leave it for five mins and then suck through the straw. The closest thing that I think it tasted of is German Wiesbeer - which I believe to be wheat beer. It's drunk luke warm and is quite pleasant in my opinion. I felt myself becoming quite tipsy and we were really staring to get into the swing of the tunes. They had bought a few ...
... So we got a shared taxi back to Darjeeling for 20 rupees each!
Good food and footy in a local bar when we got back before an early night. Well, we had expected to be very tired from our walk so we had planned an early night and a lie-in; it seemed a shame to change such a pleasant plan just because we weren't tired! The early night worked a treat but the lie-in not so. The honking started at 5.20am and we have a pigeon nesting right outside our room who ...
... I know I've only been in India for a couple of weeks and haven't really seen a lot of the country but out of all the places I've been in India - Delhi, Pushkar, Udaipur, Varanasi - this is the place I like best. I feel at home here. I felt at home here within minutes of arriving and Darjeeling just fits with me. It's a very relaxed, welcoming and beautiful little town that I've really enjoyed hanging around in. It was the perfect place to see in the new year and ...
... would also require great encouragement to leave. Unfortunately, we stayed a single night, spoiled royally while visiting. Our waiter from dinner the night before took the liberty of reserving a private breakfast spot on a balcony overlooking the valley below just for us. If it were not for the extreme difficulty of getting there, we could see visiting again and again. Off again back to Siliguri for the next part of our journey.