Sanu's House Homestay

Green color building, just opposite B&B Hospital, Patan (Lalitpur), Nepal | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Green color building, just opposite B&B Hospital, Patan (Lalitpur), is near Mountain Monarch Adventures, Durbar (Central) Square, Asan, and The Central Zoo.
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Travel Blogs from Patan (Lalitpur)

A visit to a community health facility, Chapagaun

A travel blog entry by midannwife on Jun 18, 2014

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... Not sure how well it would go down though! Anyway, I was very impressed with the students art work again, which was displayed in the waiting areas for women to read and in the consultation rooms. Rashmi took every opportunity to engage the students and staff in educational discourse. She asked questions of them continually and soon had a crowd of students gathered around her all keen to learn from her. They were keen to meet us too, we told them where we ...

Kathmandu express

A travel blog entry by anaketa on May 12, 2014

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... every trip different! Then, every story telling ended up in travel's comparisons, because we found out that all the people who were there, us included, had something in common: the love for traveling! After a long waiting, where fortunately we where in second position in the line, the immigration office opened and all the people started to get ready to cross the border. We filled the form to exit "China" and after a fast check, we were finally in Nepal!!! Now, ...

Still Kickin'

A travel blog entry by wanderlust. on Apr 07, 2014

... over 8000 skulls of victims and their ragged clothes, but most of all a tree called the "killing tree." The Khmer Rouge would take babies and their mothers to this tree and force the mothers to watch as they took the babies by their feet and smashed them against the tree, afterwards they would rape then kill the women. I find myself to be completely dumbfounded at the fact that people can so blindly follow something that is so wrong and that goes against everything we believe in. To ...

Nepal - Kathmandu

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Mar 08, 2014

1 comment, 33 photos

... with its old temples and palaces reflects the religious and cultural life of the people. It was here where kings of Nepal used to be crowned. Until the 20th century the Durbar Square was the King´s residence. It is said to be a living open museum of Nepal.

The name Hanuman-dhoka Durbar came from the statue of Hanuman (monkey god) established by one of the kings at the entrance to the Royal Palace in 1672.

Tez really admired the nine-storeyed residence, built ...

Searching for the parcel/ Suche nach dem Packet

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Feb 02, 2014

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... was Gutes: man kann verhandeln.

Ich war aber trotzdem sauer und fühle mich wieder ein wenig krank. Ich versuche ein wenig zu schlafen, da im Moment der Strom abgeschaltet ist. In allen asiatischen Ländern gab es immer wieder Stromunterbrüche, aber so schlimm wie in KTM, Nepal war es noch nie. Hier die Zeiten wann der Strom ...