Mirabelle Hotel

Dhulikhel, Dhulikhel, Nepal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dhulikhel

Day 7 - a sightseeing day!

A travel blog entry by midannwife


... many tales of different god and goddesses but I will need to refer to my official guide to remember them. There does seem to be an awful lot of ritual in the Hindu faith though, as they were offering flowers, fruit and oils at the doors, and putting different coloured powders on their foreheads. These are apparently to symbolise their third eye, and the colour they place there will depend on what quality is bestowed upon themselves, so yellow/gold represents wealth and ...

I'm sure there are mountains out there somewhere

A travel blog entry by diberry


... level. There
are nice gardens with sun-loungers too but apparently you have to get up at
dawn to see the mountains before they disappear into the haze!! There’s also a
viewing tower which we’ll have a look at later. I’d read a lot of reviews on Trip Advisor saying how cold it is
here in the winter months and they’ve obviously taken note as, when we arrived,
they brought a heater in and, when we went to bed, we ...

Sunday in Nepal

A travel blog entry by bechilton


... the way or warn you they are coming through. Note to self: stop taking photos while walking and look for puddles! The footpaths (or lack thereof) are uneven with holes and puddles of water. One puddle we went through had 2 bricks as stepping stone for those who did want to brave the water. I of course decided to brave it and found the most shallow spots because I didn't want to slip (the bricks were too far apart). Along the slightly ...

Change the chain / Kette wechseln

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad


... ist (musste sie 3 Mal reparieren).

Am Nachmittag gibt's es einen kleinen Stadtrundgang durch Katmandu. Für Tempel-Fetischisten genau das Richtige. Wo man hinschaut steht ein Tempel.

Für das Abendessen haben wir ein Stück Kuh gekauft. Ein Kilo kostet rund 1.80! Da haben wir natürlich reichlich eingekauft und gekocht. Das Fleisch war aber eher eine Schuhsole als zart. Es muss wohl eine sehr alte Kuh gewesen sein.


Pre-trek Talk

A travel blog entry by brynandnate

Today was mostly given over to talking with people about various hiking options and requirements, and looking for gear to purchase and rent. Because we are going to be hiking in the "shoulder" season, it will be colder than most people experience, so we have been looking hard for rental sleeping bags that will be warm enough. Because most of the equipment here are "knockoffs", there are some structural issues with them. One of ...


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