Hotel Holy Himalaya
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Holy Himalaya Kathmandu
Very nice and comfortable and in a nice location.
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... heavily from the workout. I stopped several times to rest but I couldn't quit now. This was the whole point of the trek. An hour later we made it to the top. It was truly spectacular. Jehovah is amazing. Thankfully they served hot drinks up there. Because although you reached the top sweating you quickly felt very cold being up so high and no longer moving so much. After walking back down to the teahouse I ate breakfast and took a nap but then it was off to continue our trek back ...
... after jewelry store after woodcarving shop after knickknack shop after felt-crafts store. Endlessly going on to the edges of the universe are these little shops, each one no bigger than the average bedroom, each one having nearly the exact same items as another store down the street. The shopkeepers and business men are often sweet and friendly. Though they are also often pushy, we are endlessly asked if we want a rickshaw ride, or ...
... down in the hotel garden and head back out again, but I then proceeded to terrify her by falling asleep, not hearing my mobile, the room phone or her knock on my door! Poor Ann, now knows I'm a really deep sleeper! The sleep did me the world of good 'though :D Kiran is back from ICM and her visit to Scotland and we are very much looking forward to meeting her, hopefully tomorrow. It will be good to hear of her visit and check in with her to feedback on our progress so ...
... meaning, so I have to keep that in mind. I have also noted that I see Stars of David everywhere - gates, shop windows, signs, etc. I asked Kishor what they symbolized here and he did not know, so I wonder whether it is just for decoration. On the way to Boudha, though, I saw a gate with both swastikas and Stars of David on it.
That was a bit jarring.
I arrived at Boudha, bought my ticket, and walked inside the wall surrounding the stupa. ...
... stops and one guy jumps out the front to buy one bottle of water. Yes, my nerves are starting to rattle. I would like some food or water. I'm at a point where I want to jump out the window the next time he stops. If I have to hitch a ride for here then so be it. He finally stops long enough for me to crawl out of the bus but starts honking his horn to leave as soon as I step off of the bus. I don't care I need water. A few hours later he makes a real stop. It is like 10 pm ...