Darjeeling, West Bengal, India
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(June - September 2011)
Hanging out at the Chowrasta, the town square.
Darjeeling clings to the sides of the hills.
The old clock tower. The bells are a recording these days.
A rare glimpse of the valley.
Don't forget your umbrella in Darjeeling.
St. Andrew's Church, built in 1843.
New hotel along the Mall walking path.
No, it's not what you think. Hooker Road is named for Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker,
a British botanist.
Proof that you can cycle tour without all that expensive gear. Nate bought a
cheap Indian bike and tied his backpack to the rack. He made it all the way up
the hill from Siliguri. Unfortunately, his brakes disintegrated during the ride
Another one of Nate' inventions: an alcohol burning stove made from old cans.
Walking along the train tracks.
A rare sunny day means it's time to hang out the laundry.
Men in orange.
Darjeeling is full of secret staircases.
Don't be alarmed by the swastika. It's a Hindu and Buddhist symbol.
Taking a stroll along narrow streets.
Vegetables for sale.
Fixing up the kiddie bike.
Land for sale. Shack included.
A tiny roadside spring.