Windy Hill . Hotel

977, Nagarkot, Nepal | Hotel

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Stunning views but cold!

A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren

... It was a nice place to stay though, they had a pet dog which I adopted for the night and the owner got some drum things out and spent the evening round the fire singing and dancing.
It poured down that night and I woke up to beautiful blue sky. Meme was tired and wanted to chill so I went on ahead. I started in 2 fleeces, a down jacket, hat and gloves and 5 hours later was down to shorts, tshirt and sun cream. It was my first day of walking on my own and I ...

Snow covered mountains

A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren

... fires in the middle of the room so people sit round them chatting rather than staying in separate groups.

After breakfast on day 6 we headed down to Rimche where I had left the Australians on the first day and said bye to Heather and Babu and set off on my own to begin the Gossinkund trek. I was hopefully going to catch Heather in Kathmandu before I headed to India so we swapped facebook details and arranged to stay in touch. I then set off to begin the 2nd leg of my ...

Langtang Valley Trek Part II - Central Valley

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67


... is probably related to the loss of business from word getting out about the women trekkers gone missing in the valley, but it was still very annoying.

Langtang village is home of almost all of the valley’s 1,000 or so residents when they aren’t serving tourists at guesthouses higher or lower. It’s not very big, but had a real medieval feel about it as I walked through. Beyond Langtang the valley opened up further, snow-capped peaks ...

And on the next day, they hiked...

A travel blog entry by brynandnate


Greetings all! We are finally ready for the ascent to the Everest Base Camp! (Or, at least, as "ready" as we can be). We have gear packed, tickets to Lukla and back purchased, a map purchased, boots broken in and Ramen-like noodles purchased.

Looking at the more detailed map today demonstrated again that Everest is not somehow an anomaly in an otherwise flat place. No, there are several other, ...

Nagarkot to view the Himalayas

A travel blog entry by kwdestinations


... sight and thrill. Mustard fields were beginning to blossom and the green valley turned into the smog and noise of Kathmandu Valley.

Notes on hotels in many countries: For sure when travelling with a tour group (as few Americans seem to be doing these days), pretty much guarantees the best rooms in hotels and attention to detail. Single travelers seem to take a back seat to this cash cow for hotels. We've found that a list is growing ...


This hotel, located on 977, Nagarkot, is near Boudhanath, Durbar Square - Bhaktapur, Taumadhi Square, and 55 Window Palace.
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