Hotel Norbu Linka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Norbu Linka Kathmandu
don't eat here tho, and expect three different answers from three different staff tho they are trying to be helpful...it's all in how you ask your questions sometimes.
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... the Hindu gods and unless the stupas have the eyes painted on them I don't always know what I'm looking at. At one of the smaller temple square areas a group of men were roasting a mostly whole pig. The head was being roasted separately. At least I thing you consider it roasting when using flame throwers...? They were these gas powered torch things and the guys had two they were running along the pig. I bet if more religious ceremonies included flame thrower ...
... final pack, it's very hard to fit everything in, the zippers are screaming and I can just squash it all in, Dale is the same. As we walk down the stairs we check our bag weights on the hotel scales ( what a good idea) in the foyer, Dale is 20.12 kg and I'm 20.10 kg ( (I win). We both left with about 12 - 13 kg each so there is the proof we have bought a bit of stuff, but I added my big camera to the big bag for the trip home so I think I win hands down. We ...
... 8211; I always forget which. You get a plate with rice, a dish with some curry type sauce (the lentils boil down and disappear I guess), some curried vegetables and maybe a few pickles or something. You pay your price and free extra helpings of dahl or baht will start come around until you’re full. The saying on the trail was 'Dahl baht power, 24 hour’. People in Nepal also eat with their hands. I know this is the case in India ...
... feet weren't flat so they rubbed against the side of my shoes. I've put blister bandaids on but we'll see what they are like tomorrow. Our camp tonight is right in the yard of a local guesthouse. Although it is windy, we are at a lower elevation (2300 metres) so it is warmer. Hopefully that means I'll get a decent night's ...
... polishing shops, which were quite interesting as well. Finally we had a nice light lunch (as the heat & humidity sap your energy AND your appetite) and commenced our 5.5 hour drive to Agra where we will see the Taj Mahal tomorrow morning at sunrise. We realize our time is coming to a close here in India. It would be a difficult place to live as life is so very hard for so many people. Namaste. ..the hotties from India"not that kind of ...