Norling Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... gear. Must be the local eating of the Dal Baht power.
The villiage are mostly filled with buddhist tibet ethic people they don't have a whole lot but for the most part seem pretty happy its a tough, cold, lifestyle most of the work is still done by hand or with a little help plowing the fields by OX everything has ...
... city, heading South towards Patan. There were several demonstrations happening across the city, not sure what they were protesting/celebrating! And the driver spoke no English, so I couldn't ask! It was so busy with slow moving traffic, just so many vehicles everywhere and lots of people moving around. We crossed the river into the southern part of the city, it took half an hour to reach the area of Patan and it's own Durbar Square. Patan - also known as Lalitpur (City of ...
We flagged down a three wheeled tuk-tuk in the street, threw in our packs and headed to the Luang Prabang airport. After a short flight we were in Bangkok where we were met by the hotel's driver and taken to our inexpensive digs for the night. We enjoyed some nearby tasty street food for dinner, though both of us were a little sub-par the next day - this didn't stop us from catching our morning flight to Kathmandu, Nepal. Another ride ...
... the patterns made by its carvings were beautiful. I expect one of the reasons I took so much more in, is that this time we were going down instead of up. So often, I thought that if I would have come down first, there is no way you would have talked me into climbing up. Still, it has definitely been worth the effort. Also today, I realized that the path we took up to the end of the Langtang Valley is, ...
... we had a day to explore the city by ourselves. Bravely we decided to take the metro, Charlie being an expert at this of course from his last visit. I can honestly say that I thought London was busy, this place was swarming and they pushed and pushed on to the trains, it was an experience but as I stood on the tube I looked around I noticed there were no women anywhere. There is a separate carriage for women but it's a shame that the city is so dominated by men because many women ...