Kathmandu Prince Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a live music venue.
Found a gorgeous shop called Bodhi crafts and bought some very beautiful felt crafts for ridiculously cheap prices. Like 70 NR (the equivalent of 7c) for a small notebook and R18.00 for a handmade felt purse. ...
... where people only believe in Buddha 2.) Buddha and devotees like the Dali Lamas 3.) Buddha and deities meaning the manifestations of Buddha and other deities. The third type is mainly what Tibetan Buddhism which is practiced in Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal believe in and it is this that makes me think it's quite similar to Hinduism with all its different gods. There are over 300 million gods in Hinduism, which brings me to our visit to Pashupati and the Bagmati Holy River. It wasn't ...
... rest of my afternoon catching up with as many of the residents as possible, offering my sincerest thanks, but I sadly had to leave shortly after, to get back to the kids at the Women & Children's Society for even more goodbyes. On the way back to the kids, I headed to the local market with Cheyne to buy a heap of bananas, tomatoes and chocolate. The tomatoes were for the house Aunty, as the kids love tomato in their curry, which the kids rarely get as they are considered ...
... on the side of the bus to let the driver know how close he was to hitting something, or whether he was ok... "ok" we discovered was quite relative! we came very close to hitting things a few times.
It was all going well, until we pulled up at a random (non touristy location) and stopped. The only explanation given was that we were waiting for someone. After about 10 minutes that someone turned up and told the bus driver where to go to get to the hotel. The ...
... I decided this would be a great opportunity to wear my new Nepali outfit, and so it was that the outfit had it's first showing. There were lots of cheers when we got together again, Michelle had made the effort too and was wearing her new Pashmina and all her lovely bangles, we caused quite a stir! The evening was great, there was traditional Nepalese dancers to watch whilst we ate and chatted, and it passed in a whirl. It was a great end to a very emotional but hugely satisfying ...