Hotel Namaskar

Address: Traffic Chowk, Biratnagar, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Traffic Chowk, Biratnagar.
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    Travel Blogs from Biratnagar

    Surprise,surprise back in Nepal

    A travel blog entry by brian.fearnley3 on Feb 17, 2015

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... was in store for us! Up and away next morning on NH 6 heading in the general direction of Kolkata,traffic built up abit but it wasn't long,before we left NH 6 and on to NH 2,passing Chunchura,and now heading up the west side of Bangladesh to our 2nd overnight stay at Berhampore. 3rd day,and on the road once more,we had got used to just having breakfast in the morning setting off,and then just riding for 10 or so hours non stop,as I was conscious of ...

    Purwanchal School for the Deaf: Dharan

    A travel blog entry by oliviasgapyear on Mar 01, 2014

    1 comment

    ... She's even sometimes a little sassy towards the other teachers and students, haha!)

    Together we took a taxi for about an hour and a half on a highway to a small town called Dharan. Everything here in the south seems much more Indian than in Kathmandu. The weather is more tropical, all the women wear Indian-style saris rather than the typical Nepali kuta (a cotton dress with slits on both sides, over a pair of loose trousers, with a matching shawl), ...

    Murder hole and border chaos

    A travel blog entry by benandmartin on Nov 21, 2013

    1 photo

    21st -22nd November By Martin The rafting Jeep dropped us off in a city called Dharan where there are regular buses to both Kathmandu and the Indian border. As a final good bye we were force fed a dal bhat by the rafting guys before they left us to get their bus back to Kathmandu. What a nice touch. Bloated and slightly confused we looked at a few hotels before deciding on one called Hotel Welcome. The criteria we used for choosing Hotel Welcome ...


    A travel blog entry by barbbuys on May 08, 2011


    We have done prayer flag ceremonies along the way. Our first prayer flag ceremony was done at Tengboche. The second highest monk blest our flags in his very small court yard. It was very kind of him to take time to do this. The next prayer flag ceremony was at the base camp for Ama Deblam. When we do this ceremony it is a very moving experience as the names of the people on the prayer flags are called out; people who have cancer or who have died of cancer. ...

    Overland across Eastern Nepal

    A travel blog entry by nickiemoore on Oct 06, 2010

    22 photos

    Out of India....
    From Darjeeling we travelled by jeep down steep, twisting roads, through elegant pine forests and well groomed tea estates, vivid green in the morning sunshine. We passed through small villages, the attractive market town of Mirik and dozens of large tea estates such as Oaks, Nagri, Balasun, Thurbo and Gopaldhara, swerving around groups of children in bright, spotless school uniforms, army checkposts ...