Windy Hill . Hotel
Travel Blogs from Nagarkot
... at each other and spontaneously said "We're sharing the double bed!" I changed out of my wet clothes, grabbed my umbrella and we searched for somewhere for lunch. We found this small tea house nearby and the man who lived there was so sweet. Garratt had a couple of rum teas (which was pretty much hot water and a lot of rum) and I had another masala chai tea. It was still so cold inside we could see our breath. He made our curry from scratch so ...
... no serious injuries but also no one with a big enough tractor to drag the plane out of the mud. It had been raining heavily for the previous week so it was a bit Glastonburyesque. Finally the airport opened late on Saturday by which time thousands were held up at various hub airports. Now the rush to get them all to Nepal could begin. As we were approaching Kathmandu the pilot announced planes were being held for a couple ...
... Darwan bought us a small packet of coconut cookies at the local food stand to share. As the bus arrived we all jumped onto the bus with the he guides and the Sherpas and continued our journey to stop for some well deserved lunch. Could we ever guess what lunch would be? Dahl Bhat of course! It was lovely because we all sat down together; ourselves, the guides and the Sherpas and enjoyed some really delicious Dahl Bhat. At the end of lunch we all took a group photo and tiredly made ...
To get away from the too social hostel I went out and tried to find a nice peaceful place to write my blog. Just a few meters down the road is a place called Garden of Joy (not Garden of Dreams) which is a small calm garden with expensive coffee. So I only stayed one coffee and then headed over to the Revolution Cafe which had power sockets. I got through a few days of writing but got bored and went to have some Japanese food at the "Cha Cha" Restaurant.
It's a hard life ...
... br> - At Nepal border (immediately at Banbasa) first you will see Indian customs office and then you cross the border. Crossing the border means crossing the bridge here which is around couple of kilometers distance from Banbasa village
- As soon as you cross bridge, Nepal police will guide you to go to their office where you need to buy traffic permit for those many number of days that you like to stay ...
Other places to stay in Nagarkot
Windy Hills, Nagarkot | 4 star hotelfrom $71
Naldum Road, Nagarkot | Hotelfrom $92
P.O. Box 3004, Lazimpat, KTM, Nagarkot | Hotelfrom $105
Mahankal Temple, Nagarkot | Hotelfrom $14
On the top of Nagarkot Hill, Nagarkot | Hotelfrom $33
P.O.Box 178, Naldum, Nagarkot | Hotelfrom $46