Hotel Chautari Keyman

Box 3011, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

A Birthday

A travel blog entry by jusandra

2
9

... aprons and allocated a station to serve. I thought I had missed out but was called to take over at the rice station. The queue was growing as bedraggled and hungry men, women and children seemed to appear from all corners of the square. They were each given a flimsy bowl which had been crafted by now dry leaves and it was my job to dish equal serves of rice to each. They would then move down the line to receive the other components of the meal. It was ...

Trekking in Nepal

A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock

3
98

... for our trip over to South Africa and then I wrote the blog and Brock worked on the pictures. After dinner we met back up with Kim and Park for a beer. The beer in Nepal is good, but it gave me a headache. I had a headache the night before too from the soup I ate (too much MSG). I can always tell when a headache is from MSG because it’s got this whooshing sound and feeling and it’s always after a soup.

The next day we met Dharma ...

Boudnanath Stupa

A travel blog entry by bevbag

4

... 50 and walked out to check out the sights. The Stupa (temple) is a magestic heritage listed site. The dome is about 40 metres round, 43 metres high and covers 1 hectare. The orange you see is Saffron water that is thrown onto the Stupa from large bowls. There are many cafés and restaurants on the rooftops where you can watch the comings ...

Gadhawa

A travel blog entry by lesmlaw

68

... is one tough cookie. I saw her regularly during my time in Gadhawa - each time with a big smile. A third project I was charged with was attempting to put together some type of a business plan and goals for the UNEKO ladies scarf program. The UNEKO ladies make scarves that are then sold in a North America as an income generator for the program. The ladies make beautiful products that can be viewed here if you are interested. http://iwenunako.com. The proceeds from ...

A Very Happy Diwali

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast

15

... more candles and tealights could be found on the pavements and roads, ritual offerings to the gods.  The Diwali festival, apart from the New Year celebration by the Newari caste, as I understand it, celebrates crows, dogs and cows, during the first days, who are blessed with treats. Then, the house is cleaned and lit to welcome Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity, and finally, on the last day, the special bond between brothers and sisters is celebrated within ...

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