Planet Bhaktapur Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... a day trip to Paton during our stay at Gokarna. Paton is the third of the three royal capitals of the Kathmandu valley, and probably has the most well preserved and extensive Darbur Square (government and religious center) of all. While wandering through the surrounding neighborhoods we happened upon a ceremony at a very elaborate Budhist temple. An older monk was moving away and a young monk was being designated to take his place. Family members were all ...
... hour bus ride.
In the evening a group of us headed out to find some food but due to the festival it wasn't easy and all the places we stopped by were either closed or just about to. In the end we found a Japanese restaurant where the owner/chef/waiter was one person who was quite surprised and challenged by the arrival of the nine of us. However about an hour, which we used to clear out his beer fridge later we all got our dishes and ...
... campaign for convention invitations starts tomorrow here (convention will be Oct. 9,10, 11) so Mindy helped me prepare a presentation for that as well. The Kingdom Hall across the street from us has nepali language classes twice a week! So I will start attending ...
This is what Wiki says about Bhaktapur:
Bhaktapur was the largest of the three Newar kingdoms of the Kathmandu Valley, and was the capital of Nepal during the great Malla Kingdom until the second half of the 15th century. Today it is the third largest city in the Kathmandu Valley, with a population of ...
... followed by an interesting breakfast of scrambled egg and jam on toast. The jam tasted more like melted-down gummy bears. I'm officially in heaven. I have spent the majority of my day in cultural familiarisation and exploring the local area. Being based in the Thamel area, it is extremely busy and full of tourists. I am very much looking forward to my placement commencing, which had now been confirmed. I am excited to be placed in Pokhara for my first seven weeks, after which I ...