Windy Hill . Hotel

977, Nagarkot, Nepal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nagarkot

Mountain Retreat

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast


... before, but back in Kathmandu, they seem very far off indeed. The past few days however, it had been too misty and cloudy to see them. It was unsure whether even Nagarkot would have a clear view at all. But I was up for a little solo adventure so I decided to go anyway.

After my class of that morning at the women's centre had finished, I hopped on a local bus to Bhaktapur, where I changed onto another bus which took me all the way up ...

Hiking in the Himalayas

A travel blog entry by christine_n_den


... the food. The Annapurna Circuit has earned the nickname 'Apple Pie Circuit’ - this in no way refers to the difficulty of the hike but more to the amazing food available throughout. Although the food was great, trying to find a new meal that tastes different become more challenging. Each meal consisted of either rice, noodles, or potatoes, with a small amount of egg, loaded with fat, but all tasting very similar. We did splurge and buy ...

1 week in Kathmandu

A travel blog entry by lesmlaw


... we were at the Group Home some neighbour kids came to dance for us. This led to a full scale impromptu dance party between the children and the Canadian volunteers. Was a really fun and unexpected afternoon .... especially after spending time at Pashupathinath. There is no shortage of things to see and do in and around Kathmandu city. As I will no doubt be here a few more times before I head back to Canada .... I will save a few other 'to-do's until my ...

Kathmandu...sensory overload!!!!

A travel blog entry by vincethepince


After a decent sleep on the rock hard beds at our hotel on Zhangmu, we woke up after a bit of a sleep in and packed our bags. We loaded up the land cruiser one last time and walked the short distance to the same restaurant we had supper at last night for breakfast. Two fried eggs with bread would only be appropriate as our last breakfast in Tibet. Tashi and Drukpa joined us for our last meal together and for a few more laughs. After settling the bill at the restaurant ...

Journey to kurintar

A travel blog entry by canalannie

... at her table plaiting a young girls hair no doubt preparing for school, a young man cleans his motor bike, they must get filthy on these roads, you often see the young men polishing and preening their bikes, they are so very proud of them, I guess it must represent freedom, they can get out of the village. We pass another village and a group of young children sit attentively, looking at their teacher who is holding up a book explaining the contents to ...


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