Himalayan Horizon

Address: Dhulikhel, Dhulikhel, Nepal | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Dhulikhel

    Kathmandu to not sure really.

    A travel blog entry by tbienek on Oct 05, 2015

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    ... be there to meet me, so I say on a wall and Waited. It took about 2 min for the locals to Start waving me Up the hill, so I dutifully went, until I heard a group of English speakers and got claimed by Sian. Thankfully there was cold beer on offer. I was parched but had not been game to drink anything due to possible toileting dilemmas. - quite a large diverse group of ...

    The one with the earthquake

    A travel blog entry by iainrach on May 05, 2015

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    ... recover. The Nepali people are without a doubt the friendliest I have ever met, and are standing up to things here with huge grace. If you haven't already, please consider donating money to an organisation offering relief and development - UMN (United Mission to Nepal) and Tearfund are great options. If you're the praying type, please pray. Sorry that it's been a bit of a long one! Congratulations on getting to the end. See you in Thailand...! Lots of love, Rach and Iain ...

    It ain't over till it's over !

    A travel blog entry by christvdm on Mar 28, 2015

    ... over the limit, you'd have to pay a nominal fee to get your visa adjusted ! In the end, it would cost me 39 $ to get out of the country. Problem is that this airport, aside from missing clocks (time stands still when you're in Nepal), it also lacks ATM's... I had to plead my case to the authorities and get everything I had on the table, dollars, Indian roupies, Nepali roupies, I put everything together and barely made it. They finally gave me a receipt ...

    Kathmandu and Co (Bhaktapur)

    A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 09, 2015

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    ... temples, it has exquisite and intricate carvings from the doors to the eves. There are no plain, exposed surfaces - all canvas's were taken advantage of. Worth noting, the Dattatraya temple has many erotic carvings. At the time of construction, these carvings were intended to encourage the people to procreate... In Australia, so far, our encouragement to procreate is not so artistic... It's purely monetary and is called "the baby bonus"... Now a quick ...

    Emptiness and busyness

    A travel blog entry by nepalilove on Jan 13, 2015

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    ... times I have had totally to myself since coming here.
    I felt my awareness move softly in and out, in the yellow flowers against the blue sky, and then in the green of trees and then just sitting, empty.
    I felt without problems. Like there was no reference for the things that trouble me.

    When Sophi and Noah returned they were full of stories about Ranjit's dog, Ginger, and his house and the shops near his house, and ...