Rainbow Osel Guesthouse

Address: Buddhanagar, Lumbini, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Buddhanagar, Lumbini.
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Travel Blogs from Lumbini

Buddha's birthplace and bumpy rides

A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Apr 09, 2015

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... out the marker stone – unfortunately it is now covered by a bullet proof glass case but still monks and worshippers come to recite prayers above it. We didn’t have much sun left so hopped back on the bikes and pedalled up along the canal through the monastic zones which are filled with various temples built by other countries in honour of Buddha. At the very north of the monastic zone we made it to the Lumbini ...

Lord Buddha

A travel blog entry by flightofbumbleb on Mar 18, 2015

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... wouldn't cost more than 50 rupees! But this wasn't given to us as an option!

It frustrated me to deal with Nepalis in this fashion where nothing was open or definite, and they tried very hard to take advantage of tourists. I didn't mind paying more but at least be consistent and honest! The Buddha temple charged a different price to foreigners than to locals, that was fine because it was honest about its pricing and it was the same price for ...

Last day in the village

A travel blog entry by richalive on Mar 16, 2015

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... all the teachers. I have enjoyed my time here and grown to really like this team of teachers. I have got into a little routine before sunset of having a beer in a little cafe and then walking home. I enjoy the atmosphere at this time of the day. On the way back, I give a pack of playing cards to the group of older men who sit and talk for hours together each day. They like ...

Six schools in a day

A travel blog entry by richalive on Mar 15, 2015

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... in water filtration systems, building new classrooms and providing whiteboards for every classroom. During the afternoon, I took a class 9 English lesson for what turned out to be a 'double period' from 2.40 to 4pm so I had to use all the skills I have gained over the years of thinking on my feet! Th classroom is half complete with ...

At Lumbini

A travel blog entry by richalive on Mar 07, 2015

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This morning after breakfast, it was time to see more of the Peace Park. Some of the constructed temples are fantastic in the style of their respective countries, eg Vietnam, China, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Nepal and there are notable buildings from Austria, Germany and France. Some are under construction, eg Thailand, Cambodia and Indonesia. You get to appreciate the spread of Buddhism across Asia (and beyond) from it's very beginnings with Buddha's birth here in central Nepal. It has ...