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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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Namaste Leah will arrive around lunchtime, at this time I will change hotels and we start preparation for the trek. This morning I ventured out to get some hiking pants, shirts and new poles before Leah arrived. I am sure I got ripped off but at $50 for 2 shirts, 2 pants and a set of poles I am not complaining. See picture of my purchase. Wandered …
Last morning on the mountain, so sad but I will be back. Last time packing my sleeping bag and mat for a while. Our flight is at 10.30 so have to be at the airport at 8am. I am not to keen on the take off today.
All checked in, four of us plus five bags. Then we are on our flight at 8.30am - weather is great and if you are at the airport they …
... with the attention we were getting and it was dusk. We walked back thru the meandering roads to try to find the Thamel district. Eventually we hailed a cab as the streets and vendors all look the same and we could not find any landmarks that we recognized. Today we went to another temple complex in the city of Bhaktapuar. It is known as one of the oldest cultural cities for the Newlai culture. The buildings are from the 8 th century. Over the centuries the locals ...
... the street to go into the bookstore.
After I got out, I resumed my search for a place to eat lunch when I passed the same rickhsaw driver. He peddles up to me and settles in right next to me, staring at me. He asked me if I wanted a ride and I ignored him and kept walking.
He kept pedalling along right next to me as I walked, imploring me to accept a ride. This was problematic because I was looking for a new place to eat and he had effectively blocked off the ...
... br> I decided to look up "how to play madal" on YouTube and see what comes up. I know learning to play an instrument via YouTube is not the best way, but it might at least give me some more information on technique and a few basic patterns I could practice and play along to my own music with.
There wasn't much there, but there was enough that I got a way to get started. First, I learned that I was holding the madal backwards. I mean if it's good enough for Albert King and ...