Elisha is an Australian freelance writer who has travelled to over 35 countries on various solo adventures. From travelling in the far northeast corner of India, to living in a Maasai community in Southern Kenya and hiking in outback Australia, she prefers to go to places that are least explored and most rich in culture. She documents her adventures on her personal blog and for various publications and travel sites across the world.
The Tibetan Refugee Center is a rundown, underused facility in Darjeeling. It’s not just a place for the best momos in India; it’s a testament to the resilience of the refugees who fled and the heritage of those who stayed.