Nepal Homestay - Muna'S Family

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

    What else can we do in Kathmandu?

    A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Apr 20, 2015

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    Bobby:

    Before we had left for the rafting, we had agreed to go back to the same hotel for a discounted $10 per night for our remaining 5 nights. When we got back, this cheaper room was 'not available' and we had to go for the $15 room for one night and then we could swap over the next day. When we went back down in the morning, the cheap room was still ‘not available’. Miraculously though, it suddenly did become free right after ...

    Back to back to Baktapur

    A travel blog entry by dick-diamond on Apr 15, 2015

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    ... seek her advice. She was a very nice German (again!) girl who was teaching English at a nearby school, she showed me where we were on my map. Then told me of the Bisket Juntra Festival that I deliberately missed yesterday, sounds just as crazy as I imagined with the huge tall tree being pulled from ropes near the top, by two teams, whoever pulls it over onto themselves wins! They have the honour of housing both the rival Gods that preside over the city. Check it ...

    Living goddess - Eine lebende Göttin

    A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Apr 03, 2015

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    ... the hardest selection process of all. The potential candidates are young (between ages 4 and puberty), and must meet 32 strict physical requirements. They are then gathered in a dark room, and various techniques are employed to scare the living daylights out of them. The one that remains calm throughout is selected as the new goddess. She moves into the house in Durbar Square with her family and only leaves a handful of times a year. The goddess ...

    Back in Kathmandu

    A travel blog entry by flightofbumbleb on Mar 22, 2015

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    ... sent dust flying every time a vehicle went past, which was constant. The rest of Nepal was like that too, so now I realised why my clothes were so dirty after each wear, and why so many people (tourists and locals alike) wore masks. A major intersection in the popular Thamel area had no traffic light or marking of lanes, so it was traffic chaos. To make things more authentically Nepalese, there were several large pot holes right in ...

    Trekking preparation

    A travel blog entry by flex_e on Mar 09, 2015

    119 photos

    ... one of the children takes my dirty table-ware from the hand to me, in order to rinse it off for me. This is unpleasant me, since I would like to actually wash it off, but there is no respeech for me.
    Afterwards I withdraw myself into my room and try for the next two weeks a travel route together to place. Around 9:30 the enormous 5-stöckige house became extinct as, since nearly all children at school are. Each child, who lives here, goes from Sunday to Friday into ...