Shiva Guest House1 & 2

Address: 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

      Bad luck and rice pudding...

      A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Aug 02, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... sometimes three guides for one group... And these guides are provided free food at the restaurant when their clients are also eating.

      I'm sure it's the same in most of the Nepalese restaurants, but when the food is ordered, it must be cooked from fresh, meaning lots of emergency trips for ingredients, and frantic chopping, frying, steaming and creating.... I think the quickest meal took about an hour to prepare, but at least it was fresh! Luckily, for the guides they ...

      Day ten

      A travel blog entry by eacharron on Jul 03, 2014

      7 comments, 7 photos

      ... a potentially challenging future ahead. We didn't spend to long of a time there, maybe an hour or so, but I did leave with a heavy heart for the kids and a lot to think about.

      Our next stop was the school to finish up our murals. We finally finished our work today! What started out as a classroom full of dead spiders, dirt, off-colored walls, and old paintings, we turned into a more modern collection of different school and Nepal related ...

      Four Days In Kathmandu

      A travel blog entry by elcapitan on Jun 08, 2014

      4 comments, 20 photos

      ... it as a pristine village above the clouds, surrounded by snowcapped peaks and Sherpas in down jackets sipping tea in every doorway. It's not like that at all. It's dusty, polluted and chaotic, with traffic patterns that make Vietnam seem orderly. Horns blare constantly, trucks spew exhaust, rickshaws square off with motorbikes and taxis. Walking down the narrow alleys is like navigating a minefield of muddy potholes, cracked concrete and sketchy dudes ...