Hotel Arniko

411924, Dhulikhel, Nepal | Hotel

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Day 6

A travel blog entry by midannwife


I've had a bit of a rough day; the runs came back with a vengeance last night! Perhaps it was the traditional Nepalese food I had last night at a lovely local restaurant where we were entertained by some local dancers. They were a real delight, however I was up several times in the night and have felt washed out today. I managed to attend an important and very productive meeting this morning though. We met with the midwife managers and the lead consultant, Dr ...

Sunday in Nepal

A travel blog entry by bechilton


... you see various people set up the little stoves and something to sit on and cook/eat their meals. I'm not sure whether they were living on the street or trying to sell plates of food to people as they walked past. A lot of the streets we walked down today were narrow (which didn't stop the masses of traffic) with most shop entrances about two meters from the gutter. Soooo many shops along every street, each owner trying to make ...


A travel blog entry by johnsmetana

Being severely time poor and barely seeing any of Kathmandu's many historical sites, we organised a driver to shuttle us around to the 4 best for the day. First stop on the agenda was Asia's largest stupa. I was lucky enough to visit the massive Boudnath Stupa last time I was here, and I wanted Kate to witness it. Once you pay the small entrance fee, it's like you're transported into a mini Tibetan village surrounding it. Monks everywhere, prayer wheels, ...

Goodbye Nepal, Hello India

A travel blog entry by travelingamanda


Dear Friends and Family, We made it back to Kathmandu from Pokhara and just said our final goodbyes to Ram. The last few days have been filled with mixed emotions - both of us feel sad that the Nepal portion of our trip is ending, but excited about our upcoming adventures in India. Ram was a terrific guide and his years of "mountain knowledge" clearly was the thing that got us over the pass. While other, less experienced guides folded once they heard that there was snowfall on ...

Pre-trek Talk

A travel blog entry by brynandnate

... important things that fellow trekkers have warned us is that the sleeping bags loose their "fluff" rather quickly if it is not good fill. Since it is the Fluff Factor that keeps you warm at night, we want serious fluff. We will be sleeping each night in a teahouse, and I was able to speak with a Serbian couple about what these are like. Apparently, almost all of them have wood stoves, so the cabins get very cozy in the ...


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