Windy Hill . Hotel
Travel Blogs from Nagarkot
... of the hill with an awesome view of the valley. Needless to say we were really happy to have found it, it was beautiful and worth the trek. Lots of pictures are attached of course!
The bus back was amazing, loaded with so many people, looking at us, smiling when we made eye contact, we shared a seat for two small Nepali bums with a local guys and bounced all the way home. The bus even stopped to pick up a goat herder and two huge goats which he was taking to ...
... to share a room with Dhurba, in order to save on money, he asked me to play some music so I introduced him to Led Zeppelin... I'm not sure how much he enjoyed it but I tried at least!
The second day we walked to chisopani (translates to mean "cold water") we had a couple hours of blazing sun and a couple hours in torrential rain... All the hash house harrier running through streams and mud came into use here for sure! Before getting to the town we had reached ...
... so I had to wait before going through security. I was the first person through security for my flight, though, and waited to board. My excitement began to build again. After three years of dreaming about going to Kathmandu, I was only four hours away!
When they finally began boarding, I got in line and was among the first coach passengers to go through... or try to go through. Apparently, somewhere along the line, someone had also cancelled my leg from Abu Dhabi to Kathmandu. ...
... it. Lots of sun, pine forests, mostly down or flat, I went at my own pace stopping every now and again to take some pictures. I met about 5 people on the way including one crazy German guy who had slept outside under a rock with just a sleeping bag and no tent! I also encountered a crazy Yak twice my size who took offence to me trying to pass it and charged at me. Luckily it was just a warning and it stopped before reaching me but I was kinda wishing I'd bought ...
... 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 ...
Other places to stay in Nagarkot
Windy Hills, Nagarkot | 4 star hotelfrom $71
Nagarkot, Nagarkot | Hotelfrom $92
P.O. Box 3004, Lazimpat, KTM, Nagarkot | Hotelfrom $105
Mahankal Temple, Nagarkot | Hotelfrom $14
Nagarkot | Hotelfrom $33
P.O.Box 178, Naldum, Nagarkot | Hotelfrom $46