Hotel Mandap

Lakeside path, Kathmandu, 061, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lakeside path, Kathmandu, is near Thamel, Kaiser Library, Nagarjun Forest Reserve, and Casino Everest.
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    A travel blog entry by tarajeger on Sep 07, 2014

    4 comments, 9 photos

    Went out in service. 1st we went to a dorm  for a deaf kids school. We showed about 6 deaf girls the suffering tract in Nepali sign language and discussed listen & live brochure. And we met a bunch of other deaf while we were there. One of the deaf girls told me there are about 500-600 deaf in that school and this is just 1 of many other deaf schools in the area. The ...

    Shopkeepers and hillcountry.

    A travel blog entry by probable_hermit on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment

    ... Or tiger balm, or a necklace, or this lovely "fill in the blank" and they can always give you a good price. "Namaste" and "no thank you" seems to be our mantra.
    This morning we went on tour to a few nearby towns, Bhaktapur and Nagarkot. Honestly, Bhaktapur was nice, but nothing special, it seemed to be a lot like what we saw in Kathmandu. It had beautiful temples, and a nice view of the foothills that we don't in town. It ...

    Day 11

    A travel blog entry by midannwife on Jun 11, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... sweaty as it was around 29 degrees outside and very humid, but still, I did as I was told. We were then shown into separate rooms, with dim lighting and soft music. It was very relaxing, I was told to lie face down on the couch and then the massage started. Well, I wish someone had told me what a deep massage was beforehand, as I completely surprised when she got on the table and stood on my heels, almost cracking the bones! She then proceeded ...

    Sacred Sites and Religious Thoughts

    A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Apr 23, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... sites and their practices is fascinating. To me it brought back memories of University when, as a devout atheist, I majored in Religious Philosophy. (It was an age when enlightening one's mind and widening one's view of the world was more important than simply going to school to get a job) I cannot help but conclude that almost all major religions - no matter who or what their god is named - see this life or existence as a test or even a ...


    A travel blog entry by jamesdebra on Apr 01, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... drove very fast, overtook on blind corners or close to the edge of the cliff, and didn’t really slow down for big potholes. The eats in the bus were very cramped, and the bus was so full that at times there were people standing in the aisle. It was quite an experience – and one we don’t wish to repeat in a hurry.

    On the 28th we went on a walking tour of Kathmandu, south of Thamel (where we were staying) to ...