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

      The Himalayan hills

      A travel blog entry by paulfeeney on Apr 30, 2014

      5 photos

      Up early for our trek we both headed off for breakfast about 6.30, plenty of time before we had to meet a guide at 7am. It was Nepalese hash browns for Jenny and a nice pancake for myself. As we waited for our food, we twigged that we had forgotten to move our clocks fifteen minutes forward when we left India and we had now five minutes to get …

      Two Drowned Rats

      A travel blog entry by where.is.sarah 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 ...

      Kathmandu and Co (Bhaktapur)

      A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 09, 2015

      26 photos

      ... feasting my eyes on the sights. My afternoon was swallowed up by wandering and exploring Durbar Square and the markets.. 20 minutes and a pottery paddock later - I wasn't in Cansas/ Durbar Square anymore. I'd led myself into Thamel. Thamel is a touristic, backpacker hub and a full wifi zone. Here, I not only found stalls and shops selling the same things as Durbar Square, I found shops selling EVERYTHING you could possibly want or need in Nepal. Cashmere ...

      Snowy tops and Temples

      A travel blog entry by mevans1811 on Dec 12, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... were lots of monks, coffee shops, stalls and flags. We did the recommended walk 3 times around the stupa, clockwise, to bring us luck. A stupa is a one storey, white dome with a huge golden spire in the middle. The spire has Buddha's eye painted on all 4 sides and hundreds of colourful flags strung to it from the outer dome. We'll be sorry to leave Kathmandu but with Beijing and the Great Wall of China next up we're looking forward not ...

      Stinking festivals!

      A travel blog entry by tarajeger on Oct 27, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... people like to share bottles of water...out in service , even at restaurants you'll see soda bottles filled with water being passed around. But this has to be done without touching your lips to the opening of the bottle because then it's considered dirty. And yes, this is a skill I have acquired. Thank you, thank you very much. A common question asked here is "have you eaten today"? Clearly these are MY ...