Travel Blogs from Kathmandu
... with dust, construction works and petrol fumes. Many people have masks to protect their throats, and the traffic is unbelievable! The best way that I can describe Kathmandu is to say it is like a mixture of the heart of London, Camden town, Nairobi and Gilgil, but ven that is not saying much because basically those are four areas massively contrasting! There is a lot of rubbish, SO many people, motorbikes everywhere, stalls, cafes, shops, hotels, and very few tourists. ...
... voices started calling out goodbye from the balcony when I started my walk down the street, the tears finally came and didn't stop until I reached home.
My last evening meal with the host family was a good one, very cosy with the only other volunteer left, a sweet Chinese girl called Summer and both Mama and Papa for a change (Bharat usually works the evening at the airport). The lights were scheduled to go out at 8pm sharp and so they did. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility