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


    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Mar 15, 2014

    97 photos

    ... slightly hollowed), and going through a few "whitewater" spots get soaked and almost tip over due to the 6'3" Belgium guy in the boat (damn physics and center of gravity). The overnight in a "traditional village" is just a tourist gimmick (albeit an actual village), but to be expected. I never did see any tigers, but we did come across several rhinos, crocodiles, a lot of exotic birds, and I got to chase down a python! But no tigers, which is what I really was hoping to see. And ...


    A travel blog entry by johnsmetana on Mar 09, 2014

    Being severely time poor and barely seeing any of Kathmandu's many historical sites, we organised a driver to shuttle us around to the 4 best for the day. First stop on the agenda was Asia's largest stupa. I was lucky enough to visit the massive Boudnath Stupa last time I was here, and I wanted Kate to witness it. Once you pay the small entrance fee, it's like you're transported into a mini Tibetan village surrounding it. Monks everywhere, prayer wheels, ...

    Much To Do in Kathmandu (And other places)

    A travel blog entry by stuartcharles on Oct 21, 2013

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... riding was easy enough.

    The first hostel I checked in to was in a fairly quiet part of the city just Northeast of a Buddhist pilgrimage site set up on a hill known as Swoyambhu, or as everyone seemed to call it in English, the Monkey Temple. There were only about 5 other people there and while I stayed there a few days, visiting some of the touristy sites around the city, I eventually found it too quiet and so I moved to hostel someone told me about down around the ...