Hotel View Point

Address: On the top of Nagarkot Hill, Nagarkot, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on On the top of Nagarkot Hill, Nagarkot.
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        Travel Blogs from Nagarkot

        Nepal; broken but soldiering on.

        A travel blog entry by ianandruth on Oct 30, 2015

        11 comments, 24 photos

        ... a school on site, I also taught for some of the time. The temporary buildings are made of bamboo and the shared noise was horrendous. The students ranged in age from 7 to 16 and I worked with the 4 older classes mainly. The local teachers seemed quite unmotivated and there was a lot of absenteeism including the teacher who I was supposed to team teach with. We did one day together then he went off to visit his sick brother for the rest of the week. As the ...

        Nepal Earthquake / Lantang & Tamang Trek

        A travel blog entry by dougsgoodlife on Apr 27, 2015

        77 photos

        ... rupees to pay his bill.

        Leaving among the commotion of the pleading Indian man to the owner we descend downward the day was filled with crystal clear glistening snowcapped mountains views with the brutally of a 6000 foot elevation drop to the beautiful terraced town of Thulo Shyabru. I scared myself it was the first time I ...

        Two Drowned Rats

        A travel blog entry by on Mar 30, 2015

        4 photos

        ... reached the bottom step the skies opened and it poured down! We ran to find cover and decided to have a morning snack before heading back. When Garratt said he brought army rations with him I didn't think he actually had U.S military rations. They were not good. Orange cheese in a tube on what tasted like stale crackers and cherry flavoured "cordial" powder added to water. There was also a chocolate pop tart and skittles which were just what we ...

        Back to Asia

        A travel blog entry by annahildreth on Mar 13, 2015

        So with a heavy heart and a lack of 'umphhh' I set off for Nepal. The journey became a series of comedy sketches starting with me running for the plane despite being dropped off with plenty of time. This was followed by a Japanese girl, a highly paid prostitute perhaps, sleeping on my shoulder. Her and her friend were both dressed up and done up with botoxed lips and spent the entire flight to Dubai equally unconscious. One ...

        The Top of the World

        A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Feb 19, 2015

        2 comments, 16 photos

        ... amazingly persistent (and often humorous) even when you tried to ignore them. My brother, Gerry, seemed especially targeted by them; I think they had an inner sense that he was a buyer! Prices, by the way, are reasonable (even cheap) compared to other countries we have visited. Our tour director told us there are 3 versions of sold goods: fake, very fake, and authentic and the prices reflect that. We all know which we are buying!