Samsara Resort

Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Thamel, Kathmandu, is near Asan, Kaiser Library, Nagarjun Forest Reserve, and Casino Everest.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

    A day trip to the mountains

    A travel blog entry by midannwife on Jun 08, 2014

    6 comments, 8 photos

    ... directed to the two seats in the front next to the driver, I had declined and went to sit in the felt safer somehow. Anyway, this messed things up for the rest of the passengers. Michelle and I sat fast...after all we didn't understand, did we?! Once everyone was organised we were on our way, we had 95 km to go, so about an hour and a half we thought...nice! Well, how wrong we were! The minibus seemed under powered, not that it seemed to bother the driver, ...

    Back in Kathmandu

    A travel blog entry by gravittkiki on Mar 27, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... most intact temples, pagodas and pools. It was great to walk around this area and take pictures. The buildings look cool. Also I was able to do a little shopping finally with the help of my new friend Deepak. After Bhaktapur we headed to the Bodhnath Stupa which is quiet large and was built in 600 AD. Next we went to Pashupatinath Temple, but I was not allowed in. Which was fine with me as I was a little tired out of Hindu temples and such. So while waiting outside ...

    Kathmandu at last

    A travel blog entry by zflum on Mar 07, 2014

    1 comment

    ... potholes, motorists, and the ubiquitous scooterers. Motorists are very liberal with their use of horns and each horn sounds like it was pulled off a creepy clown car and amplified by 10X.

    At one point we were in a town square and consulted the map we received from our hostel. We were approached by Viki, a Nepali painter who was studying with Buddhist masters or Llamas. These painters use one Ox ...

    A bitter introduction to Nepali politics

    A travel blog entry by remus on Feb 03, 2014

    Keeping up a tradition of political inefficiency and stagnation, the current Constituent Assembly of Nepal, elected just over two months ago, is at a relative standstill. All agree that so far, the second round of elections has been more transparent than that of 2008, particularly regarding cohesion between security forces ensuring voters' safety and the elections committee nationwide. Despite the widespread knowledge that Nepali elections seldom come ...