Nepa Guest House

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

Day 4

A travel blog entry by midannwife


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 ...

A Birthday

A travel blog entry by jusandra


... Kumari is now 8 years old and has been the living Goddess for 5 years. She will probably only have another 3 or 4 years left in her "reign" before a new Kumari will be found. Finally her carers indicated to the guides that the Goddess was about to appear and we were all told "no pictures!!!" This instruction had to be repeated several times to a few tourists who seemed to think they were the exception to the rule but eventually we were ready.......and ...

My first week

A travel blog entry by hebejean


... toes, settled down to local food! I had a delicious potato soup, and a cup of spicy tea. Delicious. After a physically and mentally challenging day, a soft bed is all I could ask for, and I have it! Good night all of you, and thank you for reading this blog. Hopefully more will follow tomorrow, after I meet with Karma, a local Sherpa and friend of a friend, for coffee in the morning. I am sure he will have some amazing stories to tell us! Hope you are all well, and goodnight. Hebe. ...

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 ...

No Rest for the Sicked

A travel blog entry by steve_julie


... br>
This afternoon we’re taking a cab to Bhaktapur and staying the night because the guidebooks said that was cool. We’re wearing our masks in the car because we are completely full of poison and can’t fit anymore. We are really starting to get disturbed by the toxicity of the air we’ve been breathing for a couple of weeks now. Our eyes sting and we both have coughs beyond whatever more obvious illness we might be ...


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