Hotel Holy Himalaya
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Holy Himalaya Kathmandu
Very nice and comfortable and in a nice location.
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Breakfast in the hotel was a pleasant surprise. Lots of choices Then I ventured off with my hotel street map to find durbar square. It was still fairly early and I discovered that's when the butcher stalls in the bazaar are fully stocked. Stalls is a bit of an overstatement. They are really small bloody tables in the alleys. The flies are fewer in …
... cautiously from grass lands unperturbed by these foreign invaders. I turned and gazed upon the Argentinian fellow hoping to see excitement but he was lost to the demons of his own mind and whimpered behind his partner.
Further down the track I got my first taste of the reality of the jungle as we came across fresh Tiger prints and also fresh Rhino dung. The tiger could have passed within hours of us or could even be lurking in ...
I met Arif from India, who was also staying in my Dorm room and he was on the hunt to do all 7 Unesco World Heritage sites in Kathmandu.
One of them was the Patan Durbar Square (similar to Kathmandu Durbar Square - but in Patan, which over the years as Kathmandu expanded became part of Kathmandu). So a group of us took a taxi down there and we walked around. It was definitely nicer than the one in Kathmandu. The buildings were ...
... smaller please". I think the word squish originated in Nepal. They invented it. They really did. But you just had to laugh and pray no one ******. We stopped at a travel agency to see about going to Chitwan National park (for safari) and trekking. Didn't book anything yet.... But we will After that we picked up my kurtas at the tailor shop and I got to wear one at the meeting tonight. Which I found out they have about 94 publishers and 40 ...
In the Temple of the Monkeys.
As the morning clouds scattered over the Himalayan foothills the rickshaw driver pedals though the wet and treacherous streets of downtown Kathmandu. “Tenzing” (not his name), a wiry man in his mid 40's, with massive calves and sinuous arms, after a long career of guiding visitors though the twisting roads and labyrinthine passageways of the ancient city that he ...