Nepal Homestay - Muna'S Family
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... hotel, we headed for the Thamel district of Kathmandu. Similar to Khoa San Road in Bangkok, this area is notorious for backpackers and trekkers. The winding streets explode with vendors selling fake North Face products, genuine cashmere scarves & sweaters, jewelry stores and travel book shops. We spent the morning wandering the streets and doing some serious shopping. At one point, the four of us overtook a cashmere shop and had a ...
... of the toys - the steam rollers, bulldozers and diggers and it took a few minutes for them to figure out what they were to do with them, amazingly it didn't take long for them to start with the brrrmmm noises.
We had lunch in the courtyard around a big plastic table cloth, similar to what the kids were doing in the schoolroom. Yep, a different version of daal.
After lunch we piled back into the truck and headed for home. A leisurely afternoon, followed ...
... between impossibly small places and being beeped at.
The hotel is gorgeous, a real oasis and quite a distance from the hustle and bustle of Thamel :(!
We had all arrived by 5, so after a quick get together we headed in to Thamel to have dinner.
Some went with Durga and a few of us went in a taxi, sharing with a local girl from nearby the hotel.
We started walking from the outskirts of Thamel ...
... season will be. It was all quite amazing. The life of a King was nothing in comparison to that of his wives, consorts or concubines. Magic spells, poison and treachery were common place. A Shakespeare novel in real time. Each wife trying to outdo each other. If a wife got pregnant she was then untouched for 2 1/2 years giving her time to recuperate and raise her baby. At the age of 6 the sons would be taken away and boarded at school to ...
... of course spending several days at the Seven Woman Centre with the woman again. The group we took with us was amazing, everyone was positive and embraced everything we did and saw with a great attitude. I was touched to get some lovely cards and a beautiful scarf from the group at the end of the tour.