Durbar Hotel

Address: Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, is near Durbar (Central) Square, Earthbound Expeditions, Asan, and Casino Royale.
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Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

Temporary Learning Spaces

A travel blog entry by grizzly on May 07, 2015

57 photos

... of people who are either made homeless by the earthquake or are afraid to return to their homes.

The TLS was built for UNICEF; there are other organizations such as World Vision which also constructed temporary learning spaces. We had a builder who knew what he was doing and who did most of the work by himself with the assistance of three of the people he worked with. We got to ...

Temples & More Temples

A travel blog entry by dick-diamond on Apr 19, 2015

5 comments, 5 photos

... at about 7am & 7pm. Everything by the bell here, very ordered days, while over the road the army is ordered by the trumpet (& occassional bell). Found out that Heinz is 74, but seems much younger, thought he was my age!
I think that the Mrs Bee who sponsored the building of this guest house, has moved into the room beside me! Heinz is not happy with all the chinese influence round here, the cash is coming in, but what if it stops? And it exaserbates the tension that ...

Temples, flags and ghats

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 04, 2015

14 photos

... for 50 minutes and had another lay down. 8.40am and still nothing. 9.10am and I gave up and paid (again) for a taxi to the airport. What a waste of £10 - to drive basically 5 minutes. The airport was a chaotic mess of men and mountains of luggage. Seriously, how much luggage does one person need?! 5 trolleys each it would seem. I finally got through, all a bit stressful for my 10.40am flight. But I had enough time. It was just a short trip into this rather odd, expensive ...

To Sing Gompa

A travel blog entry by sefleming on Mar 22, 2015

4 photos

... from there, could see down into several of the regions in which we have already trekked. The high snow-covered mountains were spectacular against a clear blue sky. After lunch, we walked another hour along a relatively level path that went through areas of snow - giving me a taste of what I will be facing in a few days. Sure do hope those crampons help! Sing Gompa is a very tiny village with 4-5 guesthouses and a cheese factory. The caretaker let us in to see the ...

Namaste Nepal

A travel blog entry by gexandthecity on Mar 15, 2015

4 photos

... the monuments, it has to be said, aren't as old, as vast or as interesting and they seem to be used more as a way of making extra money off tourists rather than attracting them to come to Nepal in the first place. When some locals asked me how much it cost to go to a museum in London, I told them it was the same price for Brits and foreigners. Free. This seemed to genuinely confuse them. Overall, I liked Kathmandu. I was glad to finally get here, having heard so many ...