Mirabel Resort Hotel Pvt. Ltd.

Address: Dhulikhel, Nepal | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Dhulikhel

      Pharping Monastery or The End of the Journey

      A travel blog entry by changxiaoyao on Aug 19, 2014

      2 comments, 38 photos

      ... uneventful, no turbulence, no wildly swinging aircraft motions as the runway came into view. At the end of 35 boring minutes, we merely landed safely. After all the horror stories I've read regarding Nepali airlines, I guess we were lucky. Some of us were hoping for more drama than this. It was an anti-climax but nice to be safe.

      We hit the tarmac around 10 AM and I shirked my way through the many taxi touts wanting to charge ...

      A visit to a community health facility, Chapagaun

      A travel blog entry by midannwife on Jun 18, 2014

      8 photos

      ... I demonstrated a palpating to the students with Rita's consent and showed them how to listen in to the fetal heart. They were listening in to the FH every hour and when I explained that this should now be every 15 minutes they seemed surprised. Even though they clearly had the opportunity to undertake these recordings here I am surprised that they still do not see the importance. We left with Rashmi, to take a walk through a lovely wooded garden just down ...

      Breaking it down for you

      A travel blog entry by maestrojfk on Jun 04, 2014

      14 photos

      ... ordered a custom sarangi case. So ends the chronicle. Now on to the meat of the entry.

      My first thought was that my experience here, because it was mainly centered in Thamel and other touristy areas, was not representative of the "real" Nepal. Urban tourist districts are usually fairly different from the areas of a city or country where tourists do not typically visit. More people speak English, people are friendly, but it's all customer service-oriented, the pace ...

      Kathmandu express

      A travel blog entry by anaketa on May 12, 2014

      6 photos

      ... part of our trip begun: even if we already noticed the day before the thousands differences between the two countries, now, among chickens and curry smell, we finally felt in Nepal. No more chinese police everywhere, but smiling people talking in English. Visa We went to ask for the visa with an American couple with which we shared some story tellings during the waiting for crossing the border. We have told them that our guide told us that we would have ...

      Still Kickin'

      A travel blog entry by wanderlust. on Apr 07, 2014

      ... over 8000 skulls of victims and their ragged clothes, but most of all a tree called the "killing tree." The Khmer Rouge would take babies and their mothers to this tree and force the mothers to watch as they took the babies by their feet and smashed them against the tree, afterwards they would rape then kill the women. I find myself to be completely dumbfounded at the fact that people can so blindly follow something that is so wrong and that goes against everything we believe in. To ...