Dhulikhel Mountain Resort Hotel

Address: Khawa Khawa 977 P.O. Box 3203 , Dhulikhel, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Khawa Khawa 977 P.O. Box 3203 , Dhulikhel.
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    Travel Blogs from Dhulikhel

    Pharping Monastery or The End of the Journey

    A travel blog entry by changxiaoyao on Aug 19, 2014

    2 comments, 38 photos

    ... two points of interest: Yours Truly takes the sissy way out of Pokhara and opts to take the award winning “Yeti Airlines” as a sure way to get back to the gnarliest city in the Himalayan region,
    which I now call home.. Kathmandu!

    Our tiny turboprop jumped up into the juicy skies with 35 souls, most of whom were making different prayerful hand gestures as the plane pumped its raspy sounding engines struggling ...

    A visit to a community health facility, Chapagaun

    A travel blog entry by midannwife on Jun 18, 2014

    8 photos

    ... and had the opportunity of explaining how midwives train and work in the UK. We were then shown the ultrasound and x-Ray rooms before being taken to the next building which had a delivery room, and a ward. The ward was for any thing and not exclusive to obstetric patients. They had a couple of older people and a toddler on IV fluids. Sectioned off was the antenatal/postnatal area but this was also where the main entrance was so was not private. There was one woman ...

    Day 4

    A travel blog entry by midannwife on Jun 04, 2014

    5 comments, 10 photos

    ... on her back and banged it around several places. I then had the same treatment - it was really strange. He then wanted us to buy the bowls...this is when we made our escape! I said thank you and gave him some money for telling us so much, also told him we would probably be back another day to make a purchase! It was weird but walking away, I felt strangely drunk and slightly dizzy, his treatment had obviously had some effect! It lasted a few minutes then went, ...

    Kathmandu express

    A travel blog entry by anaketa on May 12, 2014

    6 photos

    We woke up very early, so in this way we could arrive in time to avoid the big line that, every day, is creating at the immigration point in Kodari, to cross the friendship bridge and touch the nepali ground. Once at the immigration point, we met other people we saw during our tour, someone in Lhasa, someone in Shigatse, and after a warm "Hello!" we started talking about each personal experience of Tibet, finding points in common and other interesting happening ...

    Still Kickin'

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

    ... that were the hardest to visit though were those that held boards with hundreds of mugshots of the victims (the Khmer Rouge were like the Nazis when it came to documenting their terrors). There were pictures of people ranging from ages 2-90. Many pictures were taken of how the victims were found as well, foaming at the mouths, emaciated, and clear marks of torture that were displayed all over their bodies.
    We also visited the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek, where most of ...