Hotel Norbu Linka
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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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... more when we return back to Kathmandu in over a months time.
We bought the Nepali education books also with your very kind and generous donations so far and have packaged it up ready to be sent to village for our cause that will get there after we reach.
We hope to get more when we leave the village as we will be visiting other areas of Nepal in the mountain regimes, so will be collecting and purchasing more Nepali books to take ...
... of Mahendra highway is when we started from Chitwan national park and started towards Siliguri. This stretch is carrying relatively higher traffic than the western stretch as there were many trucks and crazy buses with their's crazy drivers. The mountain roads are better maintained (not smooth though) with some potholes mostly in the curves. But no complaints from me.
By default Nepali people do ...
... a temperature and a cold coming on...and all this on our final day! Determined not to be overcome we made our way to the Birthing Centre, we needed to say our final goodbyes at least. It was difficult knowing this would be our last trip, everything gained a greater poignancy, and even though I was beginning to feel worse I struggled on. Paru was there to meet us when we arrived, she looked concerned when she saw me...did I really look that bad? ...
I was eating breakfast yesterday when a group of Westerners walked in and took up the three tables next to me. I could tell from their accents that they were from various countries, including America. At one point during my meal, I looked over and saw one of them rolling a joint to smoke at the table.
I must be honest, I have no idea what the laws relating to marijuana (or drugs, in general) are in Nepal. Being a non-user it really hasn't been a ...
... the electronic application, so he also printed and manually filled out visa applications. The official seemed pleased to get these traditional applications but he quickly again fell into a confused state trying to sort out Zachary (a free child visa) and Noah (an adult visa). We finally were able to get him sorted out, and by this time, the immigration hall was cleared out other than the group of 3 backpackers waiting in the line behind us. Noah and I were ...