Marcopolo Business Hotel

Address: Kamal Pokhari, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kamal Pokhari, Kathmandu, is near Boudhanath, Durbar Square - Bhaktapur, Taumadhi Square, and 55 Window Palace.
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      Hello from Phakding, Solukhumbu

      A travel blog entry by kaztravel on Apr 07, 2015

      4 comments, 16 photos

      ... and apparently only 400 metres uphill! After organising ourselves with packs etc we were off! Our first day was mostly downhill to the village of Phakding at an altitude of 2662 metres. Our easiest day with only a short 3 hour walk we stopped halfway for a vegetarian lunch of vegas, potatoes and rice. Yum! The terrain was easy and the pace our front porter, Michael, walked at was very manageable. The scenery was beautiful and we the track was like Bourke Street ...


      A travel blog entry by brianmildenhall on Apr 07, 2015

      2 photos

      ... anywhere, not even to the children's home. There are five Maoist political parties leading a coalition of around 30 parties. This grouping is a minority in the parliament. They are unhappy that the government, itself a coalition of many, is pushing ahead with reforms based on clear majority voting. The Maoist want reform on ...

      Namaste Nepal

      A travel blog entry by gexandthecity on Mar 15, 2015

      4 photos

      ... all, where only a few meters from the house, scores of water buffalo, goats and ducks are sacrificed every year for good luck. Good luck for the people I assumed, not so much for the animals. Remember, this is a predominantly Hindu and Buddhist country, so apparently a country of vegetarians. and pacifists. Yes, Nepal makes no sense. The Kumari was due to appear from a window inside the buildings courtyard in a couple hours, where she would greet the faithful. I ...

      Goodbye to the land of the monutains

      A travel blog entry by adrianatugg on Mar 04, 2015

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... a little bird to me. Everyone gives him lots of money (he made $90, which is alot for an 8 year old boy in a small village. He can buy 900 packets of cookies if he so chooses which he probably will do). I made friends with their various cousins that spoke some english but it was exhausting and I had a 16 year girl follow me everywhere and never stop talking. Eventually, I hid in another part of town but someone recognized me and was wondering why I wasn't at the party. I love ...

      The Land of Cheese

      A travel blog entry by adrianatugg on Jan 15, 2015


      ... families must promise to keep their children in school. There is also a micro-savings project, to help families save money for their children's education and to improve their lives. Also in the near future, HHCP wants to set up local libraries so that children can practice and love reading. One library costs $5000. Also in the future, Hari wants to get tailors to make and sell cheap re-usable menstrual pads. Menstration is quite stigmatizied in Hindu culture, where very religious ...