Shangri-La Hotel Kathmandu
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... just might have woken several people up with my surprise!
In summary we climbed up and down the annapaura region, with the high being climbing panchase peak, one of the highest peaks in the world at 2540M. It took hours and was utterly exhausting, but the overwhelmingly sense of achievement was one I didn't expect, I think everyone had a tear when they made it to the top.
Mike Smith and David Noble we joint first ...
... alleys and side streets your bound to get lost -- we sure did! But the beauty of no plans/ time constraints we were able to wonder, this gave us the opportunity to explore the local vegetable market and stupa!
At the stupa we were the only tourist, and clearly out of place. Once there, we started walking around the stupa and taking pictures. Few minutes in, we noticed the locals giving us weird looks, and it was ...
... out, and it was only after I was assured by Valerie that it would probably come out of its own eventually, that I stopped my frustrated digging around in there.
That evening we spend some more time around the campfire, whilst playing gems like 'Wie Ben Ik' and 'Ik Ga Op Reis en Ik Neem Mee' with Rajesh. During the first game, two people turned out to be 'Mount Everest', while some others were clearly food craving related. We had a lovely time.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsShangri-La Hotel Kathmandu
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here for a few days last February. The staff were great and cheerful and nothing was a bother. Sujan, Naru, and the smiling security man who saluted you as you came in and went out, were memorable. The Friday Night Barbecue was great fun, and all the meals were very enjoyable. We were warm and comfortable in our room during the winter nights too.
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