The Valley Guesthouse

Address: Boudha, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Boudha, Kathmandu, is near Annapurna Mountain Range, Mount Everest, Adventure Pilgrims Trekking, and Foksundo Lake.
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      Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

      The Great Adventure Trek To Poon Hill

      A travel blog entry by tarajeger on Oct 22, 2014

      2 comments, 45 photos

      ... The second day 10/16 we started walking at 6:45am and arrived 9 1/2 hours later at Ghorepani at 4:20pm! It was not easy! So many stairs! That go up and up as far as you can see. All along the way you see tea houses that you can buy drinks from or use the bathroom (hole in the ground) and Tibetan people selling beautiful jewelry. We met many other Trekkers from all over places like the Netherlands, Sweden, Germany, China, France, and Australia. We ate dinner and I was in bed by ...

      Nepal - A different calibre of traveller

      A travel blog entry by nomadicblonde on Aug 06, 2014

      ... man. The unfeasibly rich Chinese travellers. No, I dont want to be in or take your picture. The prick teases. These girls delight in being magnets for Nepali men, flirt, string them along and cry over ice cream when they realise that the Nepali men are the referees of this game and they've just been schooled. Keep your knickers on girls. The spiritualists.... Okay I fall into this catergory. They come to Nepal to meditate. Most likely Vipassana. They follow Osho and ...

      Bad luck and rice pudding...

      A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Aug 02, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... reckons I have a west country accent mixed into the slight northern accent I have... I'm not sure that this is true! They had left behind their camera when they went up to the temple, so I ran up the hill to find them, much to the joy of the locals who all seemed to be laughing at the strange girl running in the heat!

      A kindly shop owner stopped me and asked me to have a seat and chill for a bit, so I paused for a lovely chat without him even trying to sell me anything.

      Shopkeepers and hillcountry.

      A travel blog entry by probable_hermit on Aug 02, 2014

      1 comment

      ... a western toilet, and a fan that is set constantly on high, -except for when the power goes out.- The hotel staff are friendly, and very helpful. The lady at the counter pointed us to a wonderful little restaurant this afternoon, I was finally able to have the curry I've been waiting for!
      Yesterday we went to Durbar square, a courtyard area that's surrounded by temples. It's a nice area, full of tourists and people who ...

      Days 14 & 15

      A travel blog entry by vmmackie on Jun 16, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... and sunsets at home and wondered how Nagarkot would compare and I wasn't disappointed. It was a bit hazy, but the colours were lovely over the mountains. It was very peaceful with the birds just beginning to sing, the mountainside lush, green, covered in trees and the road (very steep road!) winding down into the valley. The contrast with Kathmandu with its noise and chaos and vibrancy was striking. It felt like two different worlds. I loved the beauty and ...