Hotel Norbu Linka
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room 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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... by 7 am and watched the early morning sun enhancing an already splendid Spectacle . It is truly breathtaking in every detail. There is not a square centimetre that has not been worked exquisitely, either inlaid with semi precious stones, or the marble is carved in relief ,with Mughal geometric and floral designs. This tour is with world Expeditions, just the two of us and we have our own driver in air conditioned car and personal guide who travels everywhere with us, ...
... a random café (not the best idea) and proceeded to climb the 400 something steps to the top of Swayambhunath. The presence of monkey was huge so if you're terrified of getting rabies this might not be the best of ideas. We all took our time to look around at the top, learn a little about the temple, enjoy the view and spin the prayer wheels in an attempt to feel a bit more enlightened.
We slowly headed back down after a long while and went ...
... and chatting away. Further up we also met a German guy who we kept seeing right up until our last night! It's one of the things I've always loved about trekking.......you meet such varied and interesting people. It also meant I learnt a new card game.....always fun!
Shin Gompa has a cheese factory so we went to have a look around and I felt pressured into buying a small amount. But in fact it was a good decision as we noticed our guesthouse seemed to have a bakery so we bought a couple ...
... and it is noisy outside. I had a shower and headed out, bit daunting at first but I found a place to eat costing 300 rupees for dhal bhaat which was very yummy and they refill the lentils or curry until you are full.
I slept for 10 hours and got up at 10am and I just put some shorts on and went to the rooftop for food, I met James there who gave me lots of trekking tips, on what to take. And its not a lot.. just a day bag so ...
Monday Week 3 began with our introduction to Kiran Bajracharya. She is a whirlwind and had everybody around her organised in a flash, including Ann and I. :D what an amazing woman and I can't imagine a better ambassador and advocate for midwifery in Nepal. Kiran has highlighted some things from her trip to Scotland that she's keen to take forward, including improvement methodology and hopefully we'll have enough time left to do a bit of work on that for her before we ...