The Sood's Garden Retreat

Address: 8.5 Milestone, Kalimpong, West Bengal, 734301, India | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 8.5 Milestone, Kalimpong, is near Kalimpong Cactus Nursery.
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    Travel Blogs from Kalimpong

    Retracing our Route back to Kalimpong

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 20, 2014

    118 photos

    ... food we have had on this tour. Some people remarked that they liked a restaurant that was more like a local restaurant and this place was more down-to-earth than some of the others. It reminded me of the Ale House in North Troy back home.

    From here we drove up the mountain that Kalimpong is on to go to our hotel. The bus had stopped at another hotel to pick us up after our walk in town and we were disappointed ...

    An Indian wedding to introduce us to local life

    A travel blog entry by kiri-ana on May 08, 2013

    16 photos

    ... after such a long day of travelling and experiencing India, so we went to sleep pretty quickly and slept well despite the beds being so hard.

    We had more shopping to do on the second day, and Richa (one of Preeti's cousins) took us around for most of the day, starting with her usual tailor to have our saree blouses altered for a better fit. After the tailor we went to a shop called Sanskriti to buy salwar suits and kurtas, and then to one of the Bajla family's ...

    In Transit!

    A travel blog entry by rnrgo on Feb 11, 2013

    4 comments, 11 photos

    I am composing this whilst on the train to Patna. We're not sure how we managed it but we are in a cabin on our own which is not what we were expecting! Well, not quite on our own we have just discovered we have a stowaway with us ..... a mouse! He or she is hiding under our seats and every now again it scampers bravely out on the forage! Unfortunately I have been eating Bombay Mix and as any friends of mine who have been on school residentials will know I leave a trail of bits ...

    Living the Inheritance of Loss

    A travel blog entry by rondaleeanne12 on Sep 08, 2012

    ... I am still reading Forget Kathmandu but how depressing is that - a non-fiction book. It is hard to imagine how Nepal will proceed. To Kill .... is really absorbing and I have only started it. I read it years ago, I was probably still at school. Good to revisit.

    I go back to Darjeeling tomorrow so I have time to go on the toy train but I don't think it is running, I haven't seen it and I have traveled to Ghoom twice now.
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    The day the earth stood still

    A travel blog entry by lionelrishi on Feb 22, 2012

    ... texture to rice pudding. As we order our food, he sips from cup with a cheeky grin and glint in his eye, and the feint waft of fermented yeast passes by – hmmmmm!

    After breakfast, we’re off, on the way through the rest of the village (all 5 houses of it) we bump into Boort, who stayed in another less hospitable/comfortable tea house for the same cost as ours. This coupled with the fact that for long periods of the previous day his guide left him to fend ...