Hotel Norbu Linka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- 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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... Thankfully sleep came easily and we both had a toasty warm night ready for s big day of walking. Apparently one of the biggest walking days we will have. The first 4 hours was undulating as we climbed only 300 metres. The trek is very busy with people coming both up and down the trail. We would run into certain groups along the way who would charge pass us only to be overtaken by us again as we walked our slow and steady pace ...
... To my surprise, they loved it and let me off the remainder of the fee, waving me through immigration. I wanted to check out a few towns and villages in eastern Nepal, close to the border and off the beaten track, then, slowly work my way towards the more established destinations. A guy outside the towns bus station asked me the usual questions "Whats your name?" and "Where are you from?" After telling him, he then asked me "So I guess you're going to Katmandu?" I ...
... from Lukla to Kathmandu at the end). This time of the year is when mountaineers attempt to summit Everest so we may meet the later generation of Sir Edmund Hilary's at base camp! Keep your ears to the ground for our next blog! Sending all our love from an upmarket cafe in the heart of Thamel where we just paid $10 for 2 breakfast and 4 coffees, outrageous compared to our usual $2 breakys ;). Living up large! R and A ...
... massacre happened too. We also passed by the garden of dreams (commercialized garden away from the chaos), the pinkish palace, and also the world heritage Pashupatinath temple - powerhouse of Hindu spiritual power - which is non Hindus are not allowed in and also can see the exterior where cremation takes place (like why would anyone want to see a cremation??)
All in all nepal has been a really great trip. But doubt I'll be back anytime soon! ...
... dress like hippies who haven't showered and look like they've just rolled out of bed (practically have) and not get judged for it ! The people are great, so friendly and eager to show us they're Australian slangs like **mime riding a kangaroo** 'you come from kangaroo?' Or the good old 'Good on ya mate!' It's startling to see how much poverty there is though, the stray animals everywhere especially. It's mainly dogs here, and when we went out this morning ...