Krishna's House

Dudhpati, Ward No. 17, Bhaktapur, Nepal | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Bhaktapur

The Catch Up

A travel blog entry by bechilton


... in initial assessment forms and occasionally I would venture down the other end of the exam bed. I'm brave right??!! Let me tell you.....a cervix is not something you see everyday (or never in my case), especially on the outside of the body!! It was kind of unpleasant (the word that first popped into my head was gross) but also fascinating at the same time. Many woman reported having 'something coming out' (a term used by the doc haha) for at least 10 years but there were a ...

My first week

A travel blog entry by hebejean


... map) and looked around the many temples for a couple of hours. We found ourselves a friendly and informative guide, who helped us a lot here. We were very lucky to choose a day when there was a festival, and the place was heaving with local worshippers. We took (and when I say 'we' by the way I mean me and another Suisse volunteer called Alex) lots of photographs, and soaked up more than our share of culture! We then headed towards the 'Monkey Temple', and luckily bumped ...

Leaving For Our Four Week Trek

A travel blog entry by travelingamanda


Hi Everyone, After a 27 hour layover in Istanbul (which included a nice day trip to the city's downtown historic sites), we made it Kathmandu yesterday afternoon. Thankfully our bags made it as well. As you can imagine, that was a worry. Ram (our guide) picked us up from the airport and took us to our hostel. He's as nice as can be. He speaks English very well and is a gentle soul. It turns out that we each have a porter so trekking will be easier than we thought. Ram did a ...

Royal Palaces and Sunsets

A travel blog entry by guytang


... an hour in the travel agent we mapped out a loose plan for the next 10 days or so, which of course you can read about in due course.

Back to today's activity, today we headed out to a place called Bhaktapur Durbar Square. The old kingdom of Bhaktapur was located there and the royal palaces and temples are still well kept. To get there we jumped into a taxi, now being in the heart of the historical part of Kathmandu, only certain types of taxis are allowed. ...

No Rest for the Sicked

A travel blog entry by steve_julie


... You could take a picture and call it, “Fifty Shades of Sad.” But, anyway, she puts it down.

She does find one gift the recipient will know was chosen for him; an order of vegetable momos to bring back to Steve. If we haven’t been over this, momos are the local dumpling. A group is called momos, one is a momo and a half is just a mo. Like the Polish pierogies, or Chinese dim sum or ravioli or Jamaican patties or empanadas ...

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This B&B, located on Dudhpati, Ward No. 17, Bhaktapur, is near Boudhanath, Hanuman Dhoka Square, 55 Window Palace, and Basantapur Tower.
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