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 Earthquake / Lantang & Tamang Trek

    A travel blog entry by dougsgoodlife on Apr 27, 2015

    77 photos

    Thank you all for the concern yes I survived the earthquake and am alive and well unfortunately that can't be said the same with some 5,000 people and counting.

    Although Nepal is half a world away, it is a place close to the hearts and minds of many of you, and certainly me as I have many friends that live there full time and hoping ...

    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 ...

    To Chisapani

    A travel blog entry by gidders42 on Mar 26, 2015

    11 photos

    ... We thought we had reached Chipling but it turned out we'd stopped a little too soon. Chipling itself did look marginally better. There were a couple of locals dead to the world snoozing on a table. One chap tried in vain to wake them. While we were eating along came the Frenchmen from yesterday and I was able to use a phrase that my friend Julie and I had found hilarious years ago. We never thought we'd have use for the phrase "this is not ...

    Kathmandu, City of Dust

    A travel blog entry by helenaperry on Dec 22, 2014

    7 comments, 33 photos

    ... has a few interesting little corners left, each with their own surprises. You still see one or two old-timers sitting on the kerb, with faded tie-dyes and a permanently glazed expression, joint in hand and wondering where all the good times have gone. Thamel is, however, suprisingly free of dust - despite being smack in the middle of the city. Go figure.

    Oy...This is rather late, isn't it?

    A travel blog entry by pdixon on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 66 photos

    ... me  believe I was being brave trying foreign food?  Absolutely.  The fact that my beer was called "Everest" only augmented this welcome, yet unearned sense of cultural immersion.           After my complete hibernation, sleep was nearly impossible to come by that night, and when it came, it was full of some of the strangest dreams I've ...