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

        Day 269

        A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Apr 26, 2015

        9 photos

        ... and slippery. At the women's house around 25 of the ladies from the village came to see us, we are distributing 'Days for Girls' kits- these are reusable kits for coping with periods. Check out the web site www.daysforgirls.org All the kits for Kharikola were made in New Zealand and sent here via Ngima. Many girls and women find it difficult to leave their houses when menstruating because they don't have reliable protection, they ...

        Day 247

        A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Apr 04, 2015

        8 photos

        ... and a fabric shoulder bag to carry all our stuff around. We returned a different route, not really knowing where we were going, we stopped at another of the small shops, this time we bought some stainless steel beakers, large enough for a beer, they cost us just £ 1.90 for the two, two young girls at the shop wanted to practice their English with us and we were happy to chat with them. The old man that served us was very grateful for our custom and shook hands and ...

        Kathmandu and Co (Bhaktapur)

        A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 09, 2015

        26 photos

        ... from Thamel, the garden is peaceful but leaves a lot to be desired in the way of flora and fauna. It's described as "Neo Classical" but I found it "Neo nonexistent". If you want to lay on a patch of grass and read a book without being disturbed - this is where you'd do it. Honestly, the garden would better suit a name like, "The Park of Dreams That Died"... If you're ever in Kathmandu, don't bother going to see it, you will be disappointed. Today, was a great ...

        Peace and calm

        A travel blog entry by nepalilove on Jan 12, 2015

        19 photos

        ... life for young boys in the monastery.

        Ranjit, one of the wonderful chefs took the children into the kitchen and was making roses our of tomatoes and a butterfly from a radish. Travelling with children is beautiful. They seem to assume inclusion so land up being invited into more intimate spaces. As an adult Ive had the privilege of being ...

        North India and Nepal

        A travel blog entry by charliedaniel on Jan 02, 2015

        2 comments, 14 photos

        ... forever. Unfortunately I will remember the next part of the tour for all the wrong reasons but I can happily say that I am laughing about it now as I write! That night we headed to the station to catch the overnight train to Varanasi. If you were there you know what's coming! It was a journey on a sleeper train that would take 13 hours. We had been told there are often delays on this route and despite having good weather for the Taj Mahal that afternoon, as the evening came in the ...