Hotel Norbu Linka
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Kathmandu
Saturday, Sept 7 continued
I boarded my Dragon Air flight at 7pm. I was lucky to see downtown HK city lights as we flew away. Somehow we managed to gain 2 hours and 15 minutes of time zone change between HK and Nepal. Nepal must be on the weirdest time zone adjustment - I've seen 1/2 hour adjustments before (Darwin, Australia) but never 1/ …
It is Friday afternoon about 1:30pm in Kathmandu, Nepal. Tomorrow, after 32 days on Indian and Nepal soil, it will be time for me to return home.
Of course, with my departure less than 24 hours away, I find so much more I want to see and do, hear and feel, think about, and be effected (affected?) by--but with no more time to give here. …
The problem with blogging is, if you do it too much, it is repetitive and boring. If there are long gaps in between you forget or no longer care, and I just simply forget all the cool stuff I have to tell you. So....it's been awhile and I've got some stories....don't you worry.
Today is Thursday in Kathmandu. We left …
... Instead of a culture class, as on our first day we had our first of two language classes. It was a lot to take in. But the structure of Nepali seems less complex than English so that's a start. We went over how to say hello, thank you, good bad, yes no. And some basic phrases. Verb bases in infinitive form, as well as useful adjectives. Namaste unlike at home only typically used in yoga classes, it is the general greeting while namaskar as the more respectful ...
... and the stream of traffic, mostly motorbikes is incessant.
Once across I follow the instructions given to me and with directions given by some students I come across the British Embassy. Why is it all Embassy buildings look like fortresses, they are such foreboding places with armed guards, high walls and razor wire.. I hate to think that I might ever need the help of those inside - the simple act of getting a visa is difficult enough. I also find the British ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.