Hotel Chautari Keyman

Address: Box 3011, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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      A travel blog entry by tarajeger on Oct 22, 2014

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      On 10/14 we took a bus from kathmandu to pokhara (about 7 hour ride). When we arrived it was cold and pouring rain thanks to a typhoon in India but by the next morning it was sunny and beautiful. We ate breakfast and then shopped just about all day. We had lunch by the lake and you could see the mountains in the ...

      Hello from Kathmandu

      A travel blog entry by kellyravi on Sep 28, 2014

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      Hello from Kathmandu, we finally reached safely after a very long flight to Kathmandu and then a long wait at the airport.

      Just to mention if you have never travelled before to Kathmandu - it is chaotic here at the Airport over 2 hours waiting for luggage, as there was our flight and another flight from Doha and all luggage was on one belt and took about 40mins before anything came out on it, not great when you have had such a long flight ...

      Bad luck and rice pudding...

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

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... world themselves.

      As Dhruba tells me, with helpx he is able to travel through his interactions with his guests, so when you think somebody might be asking where you are from in order to hassle you into buying something, maybe they just want to find out a little more about the world through conversation.

      And on that profound and not so eloquently put note, I shall say good bye for now and plan to send a last update from Nepal before my flight in a weeks time.

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      Shopkeepers and hillcountry.

      A travel blog entry by probable_hermit on Aug 02, 2014

      1 comment

      ... couldn't actually see the mountains.
      But what we could see was the green hills. Not a very intense name I know, but the views fully make up for it. Each "hill" is basically a mountain, with rolling tree covered ridges all around. Words cannot describe this place. We drove up a narrow mountain road, with a steep drop on one side, and steep climb on the other. Ivy and moss cover anything that isn't already green, trees ...

      Death, Funerals & Kamasutra

      A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Jun 04, 2014

      17 photos

      ... items in Thamel as energy snack bars are understood to be the lifesavers in between teahouses on the trek. So I bought a few. Not really..hahaha...I bought like 3 bags of dozen bars enough to take me to Mount Everest! That was the Singaporean in me coming out.

      I am really unsure if my trek will be a success but tomorrow will be the start of my 3 weeks feet and quad destroyer workout. Nervous? Yes. But time for ...