Kathmandu Friendly Home

Address: Paknajol Kathmandu, Kathmandu, G.P.O. 5045, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Paknajol Kathmandu, Kathmandu, is near Thamel, Durbar Square, Kaiser Library, and Nagarjun Forest Reserve.
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          Second Day

          A travel blog entry by eacharron on Jun 25, 2014

          5 comments, 9 photos

          ... in paint and inhaling some very very stinky paint and primer- it wasn't too pleasant. 3 long hours later we all hiked to the malnutrition center to have lunch. I didn't even care what food we would be served I was so hungry I would have eaten anything! We walked back to the school, once again my little friends ran up and we again played Miss Mary Mack. Our afternoon job was once again to paint. This time me and all the girls worked efficiently to paint the inside of ...

          Day 24 - nearly there!

          A travel blog entry by midannwife on Jun 24, 2014

          3 comments, 7 photos

          We had a meeting this morning with Professor Neelam, the head of department, the nurse/midwife managers and some of the senior tutors from the university including Professor Kiran Bacharaya. It was all about getting the final approval for the pathways and protocols we had devised for the birthing unit and Michelle and I were determined to push for an opening date for the birthing centre too, hopefully this week before we left! The meeting started at 12pm, ...

          My new toys...

          A travel blog entry by maestrojfk on May 28, 2014

          2 comments, 4 photos

          ... for a bit about the instrument and he showed me proper technique. This is going to be difficult to play with my enormous hands, but not impossible. Kiran comes from the caste that is known for playing sarangi and his family have been sarangi players for generations.

          Traditionally, the sarangi was played as an accompaniment to voice in folk songs. Kiran saw it as having the potential of a solo instrument with much greater capacity than just mimicking the voice ...

          Life and death on the sacred Bagmati

          A travel blog entry by hamiltonfamily on May 21, 2014

          19 photos

          ... that when Tiggy died we sent her off into the wild beyond, complete with marigolds.)

          It was obviously a young child. The little feet were exposed from under the wrapping of white cloth so that water from the sacred river could be splashed upon the feet. Clothing is discretely removed from under the shroud (in order to leave this world the same as we arrive). Friends and family were crowded about but several key members were carrying out ...

          Revelation and anticipation

          A travel blog entry by maestrojfk on May 20, 2014

          2 comments, 4 photos

          ... another country and its music.

          My first stop in that exploration was, naturally, the Potterverse. I say naturally because, through Potter, I had grown to know, and count as family, lots of fellow nerds from all over the world. My first stop (really, the first person I chatted with after this decision) was my friend Dee from the Philippines. Interesting, but it didn't, if you'll pardon the expression, strike a chord with me.