Shiva Guest House1 & 2

Durbar Square-11, Bhaktapur, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Durbar Square-11, Bhaktapur, is near Boudhanath, Durbar Square - Bhaktapur, Taumadhi Square, and 55 Window Palace.
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    Travel Blogs from Bhaktapur

    Everest Base Camp Trekking

    A travel blog entry by gonepaltrek on Apr 15, 2014

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    After a mountain flight to Lukla, your journey begins with the spectacular mountain scenes, trails lined with Mari stones and winsome view of Rhododendron forests. Buddhist temples and monasteries will welcome you in your every footsteps which keep you moving on ...

    Traveling half way around the world is grueling!

    A travel blog entry by azmeyer on Apr 05, 2014

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    ... want another several hours of sleep. The Abu Dhabi airport was under contstruction and there wasn't a very big area we could go so we sat on uncomfortable chairs and tried to sleep a little. We had to wait until about 1 pm for the final leg to Kathmandu. That segment of the flight was full and full of mostly young Neaplese men that were pretty loud and rambuncous making for not a very peaceful flight, however we still slept a bit more and the 4 and a half ...

    Day Two

    A travel blog entry by hebejean on Feb 03, 2014

    5 comments

    ... and evening.

    The school that I am working for is called Clark Memorial Himalyan School. It caters for nursery children up to the age of about fourteen. The kids are all the children of local farmers, masons, and field workers. Their English is much better than the English of the children I worked with in Kenya, so it was a nice surprise to sit in on the lessons this afternoon, because teaching will be more fun since we will be able to do more. I teach a variety ...