Hotel Country Villa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Nagarkot
... outcome for them and their family’s it’s going to take Nepal years to recover from this disaster the resilient people of Nepal will overcome with help from from others the new government needs all the help this improvised nation can get.
With the first major earthquake to hit central Nepal since 1934 years measuring a ...
This morning we woke early, grabbed some breakfast and headed up the mountain to Swayambhuth (the monkey temple). We climbed a multitude of stairs until we reached the very top. It was much more impressive than Durbar Square yesterday. The main chowk was what we came to see, we had a little walk around and had no idea there was another large area down the back. With thunder threatening close by we thought we should make it a quick look. On the way down ...
... cockerels, and other animals wander freely along the streets. In Bungawati, there is a 'village square' with a temple, which is a mixture of both Hindu and Buddhist traditions. The people here are from the Newari caste, which is the same ethnic group as Rup. In Nepal, there are over 120 ethnic groups and over 90 languages too. At Khokana, ...
... Icelandic, Mexican and Brits and General Giri, our guide named so by the loud but sometimes entertaining Mexicans. Our first group dinner was at Pind Baluchi, a restaurant not far from the hotel, we confidently ate a tasty spiced tandoor chicken and veg makhani before heading to the Karol Bagh market where I bought at 75p scarf which proved to help keep me warm over the next few weeks and cover my face from the dusty roads and the smell of ****. (I wanted to write urine, ...
... Lisa had done a trek with and lined up a meeting for the day after Adam arrives, so I ventured out to find me some warm clothing. I walked around Thamel for a good few hors going into many many treking shops before buying an entire set of treking clothes from the place opposite the hostel. For just less then 40 english pounds I bought a down jacket, fleese, treking trousers, gloves, socks, water bottle, base layers and could have spent so mch more but space in my bag ...