Nepal Homestay - Muna'S Family

Goldhunga, Kathmandu, 44611, Nepal | B&B
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This B&B, located on Goldhunga, Kathmandu, is near Mountain Monarch Adventures, Durbar (Central) Square, Asan, and Casino Royale.
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    Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

    I went to see the Himalayas today but...

    A travel blog entry by partheymuller on Jul 31, 2014

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... money but Crystal very strongly said the money went to the girl. The man gave it to me and I gave it to the girl who then said it wasn't enough. I wasn't going to give her more than 25 rupees. (25 cents USD) So Crystal and I had to quickly walk away. I don't know if I left her with enough in her mind or more than she ever received before.

    Tomorrow we go to Pokhara to see some magnificent natural wonders of Nepal.



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    Day four

    A travel blog entry by eacharron on Jun 27, 2014

    9 comments, 7 photos

    ... the world? Well, after walking around a small town in the mountains of the valley, it is hard to picture life any harder than these people. After our usual morning of work and lunch, we journeyed to a new school where we had a yoga class and a tour of the area. The view to get there was stunning! You could see the whole Kathmandu Valley, and where the city lines started. We were given a hour-long yoga class in a tiny classroom that surprisingly ...

    Day 4

    A travel blog entry by midannwife on Jun 04, 2014

    5 comments, 10 photos

    Suffered another bad night, this time with the runs!! I was up almost every hour, but strangely it stopped at around 6 am. I managed some light breakfast and felt fine for our first proper day at work. We got a taxi to the birthing centre, for 200 rupees, that's around £1.25 and arrived by 10 am, that's expensive when you can catch the bus for 15 rupees (9p!), but I had a case of gifts I wanted to take for the staff. On arrival, we managed to find the ...

    Breaking it down for you

    A travel blog entry by maestrojfk on Jun 04, 2014

    14 photos

    ... source of pride with the outside world.

    Just as I have experienced extremely foreign things to my own Western experiences, such as a monkey climbing on electrical wires in the middle of a crowded street or the joys of loadshedding, I have also experienced the familiar.

    It is easy to find difference anywhere you look. Human beings are what I like to call "difference engines" in that we are like machines always looking for anything different; a change ...

    My new toys...

    A travel blog entry by maestrojfk on May 28, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... found a corner, and waited. After a couple of minutes, I saw him walking up to me. He had apparently realized he had forgotten to tell me where we were meeting and sent me an email in the morning, but I had already left. He arrived at 9:05 and began looking for me. The downside was that I couldn't find him for a little while, but the upside was that I got to see all of New Road.

    Mental note: I must return later to see Durbar Square. Also, there was an enormous fenced ...