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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Manaslu Kathmandu
Rooms are clean and quite spacious. No fridge, but towels are supplied. Very quiet area away from hustle and bustle. 200rup to Thamel shopping area. Not sure about window to the loo - direct view from my bed.
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Day 11: flight back to spore
Agent made us come so early. So glad to have lounge access!! Flight is 150pm. Already approaching 150 but still no sign of what gate is our flight and the airport is packed crazily crowded with people and there's no announcement whatsoever on flight delays!!
Final thoughts of this trip? Learnt so much about this country that is sandwiched between the 2 giants of china and India. How they moved out ...
... great. We then split up into groups, some staying behind in the guesthouse while others went off to grab some passport photos and copies of our passports (oops) to give to our in country agent who was organising stuff for us to be able to get into Chitwan national park after our project (YAY). After our meeting we were given money for lunch and headed out in groups to explore the streets and come up with some ideas for presents and little trinkets to ...
... where people only believe in Buddha 2.) Buddha and devotees like the Dali Lamas 3.) Buddha and deities meaning the manifestations of Buddha and other deities. The third type is mainly what Tibetan Buddhism which is practiced in Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal believe in and it is this that makes me think it's quite similar to Hinduism with all its different gods. There are over 300 million gods in Hinduism, which brings me to our visit to Pashupati and the Bagmati Holy River. It wasn't ...
... I would walk there myself, took 30 minutes but I met a woman asking for milk for her child. I said ok il buy the kid some milk.. we got to the shop she ordered more it came to 2,100 rupees I guess it's not a lot but I now realise they charge you lots more as shopkeepers are in on it too!! Oh well they are poor but lesson learnt.
I was sweating when I got there I climbed sooo many steps, great views of the whole of ...