Darjeels, India: A journey to India from Darjheel in the south of the country takes just under three hours.
But you don’t have to take a bus to make the journey.
In the south, railway stations are often used by the travelling public.
They have their own toilets, and the toilets at the station are always clean.
When you arrive in India, the railway stations often have free Wi-Fi.
The stations can be accessed by trains, coaches or private vehicles.
If you plan to visit India for a week or more, you should get a ticket at the stations for a one-way train ride.
There are also train stops in some towns and villages.
The Darjeeli railway station, in the north-east of India, has a seating capacity of 10,000 passengers per day.
It has a dedicated railway, and there are some seats in the carriages reserved for passengers.
For more information about train travel, visit this link .