Nepa Guest House

Pottery Squarre, Bhaktapur, 00977, Nepal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bhaktapur

Ganz viel Nepal

A travel blog entry by starlerbertl


Nach ca. 7 Stunden in einem Minibus haben wir Kathmandu, die Hauptstadt Nepals erreicht. Nach den indischen Großstädten hat uns der Rummel dort nicht mehr beeindruckt und wir sind erst mal in das Viertel Jochhe, auch „Freak Street“ genannt, gefahren. Dort sind schon die ersten Hippies in den 60er und 70er Jahren abgestiegen …

The Catch Up

A travel blog entry by bechilton


... e housework, farming, grass cutting, or a combination) almost straight after she gives birth. Strain is then placed on her pelvic floor/abdominal muscles etc and causes deterioration/weakness of the muscles so they can't hold everything where it should be (i.e the cervix falls out). Another cause of prolapse is having a lot of children close together and/or if the woman gives birth when she is older. Wednesday: The day started brilliantly! At 6am just before the sunrise the ...

My first week

A travel blog entry by hebejean


... gods and goddesses. As you can imagine, combined with the incredible panoramic view if the city and the surrounding mountains, this is quite a place. Again, like in the square earlier, hundreds of locals frequent the hill top sanctuary, offering gifts to their gods, and praying for fortune, justice, wisdom, fertility or a promising marriage. We stayed a long time here, before heading back down from the cultural paradise into the bustling roar of the city. After a short break ...

Leaving For Our Four Week Trek

A travel blog entry by travelingamanda


... We'll have to ration them. We puttered around the tourist part of Kathmandu today and also bought some last minute items: a "just in case" fleece-lined wool hat for Amanda (only 80 cents) and a "Yak wool" throw which can triple as something warm to wear (just in case), a towel, and a sarong (only $2.50). What the hell - we can also call it a blanket as well. Kathmandu is noisy, chaotic, crowded, and dusty with narrow streets that push pedestrians to the side. That said, ...

Royal Palaces and Sunsets

A travel blog entry by guytang


... hired him was because he said he could speak Chinese but his Chinese was marginally better than my Filipino! (just in case you are wondering, I don't speak a word of Filipino)

Just a taste of the wonderful insight he provided:

"This building's windows are special, people inside can see out, but from the outside you can not see in." Thinking wow, they had one way looking glass technology that long ago I was rather impressed until I realised that ...


This hotel, located on Pottery Squarre, Bhaktapur, is near Boudhanath, Durbar Square - Bhaktapur, Taumadhi Square, and 55 Window Palace.
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