Yeti Hotel

Siddhartha Nagar, Lumbini, -, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Siddhartha Nagar, Lumbini, is near Maya Devi Temple (Birthplace of Buddha).
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    Travel Blogs from Lumbini

    Filthy Toddler

    A travel blog entry by jonpoland on Dec 02, 2013


    I'm staying at the Sakya monastery up the road from the town. In between is a large field on one side and the walled-off Lumbini Zone on the other. Much of the field is reserved for crops, but a portion at the town-end is a ball field. The gypsies camp there.

    During the day, when you get to the ball field, you run the beggar gauntlet. Occasionally there's a mother with baby, but mostly it's children. I don't give ...

    Not again

    A travel blog entry by jonpoland on Nov 29, 2013

    ... cheese is nothing resembling mozzarella. But this place seems nice-enough. Maybe they researched it and had a special stash of ingredients.

    My curiosity got the better of me and I ordered it. When it arrived, I knew immediately that I screwed up. It just didn't look right. I'm sure that the individual ingredients were fresh, and yet it tasted so bad, I had to fight-off a gag reflex. By this point I felt so terrible that I'd had ...

    Hey neighbor

    A travel blog entry by jonpoland on Nov 28, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... died, one of his regents recognized Thaye and the other regents plus everyone else with a say that matters recognized Orgyen.

    I figure the land was given to the 16th Karmapa, who died before he could do anything with it, and the plot was subdivided, willingly or unwillingly. Thaye planted his flag first with a smallish monastery. 10 years later Orgyen built a larger, more beautiful monastery with ...

    Lumbini, Nepal- The Birthplace of Buddha

    A travel blog entry by jordyn.dewalt on Nov 02, 2013

    16 photos

    ... only three legs stop her. We left Lumbini the same day and took a so called tourist night bus to Kathmandu. Ben said it was a bad idea but I insisted that it would be worth spending 6x the money because I didn't want to miss Diwali. It wasn't worth it. Once the tourists had bought their tickets, the locals could buy tickets for a quarter of the price. It took us longer to get there than it should have and the door was always open so it was FULL of mosquitoes. I certainly learned my ...

    Dancin to Tansen

    A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on Oct 28, 2013

    32 photos

    ... ruins of Ranighat Durbar. The palace was a beautiful blue baroque style palace on the banks of a surging river. The guide book said to take a swim in it. If you did, you'd be swept down river very quickly!

  • The palace itself was empty buy it must have been stunning to walk around it in it's hey day. We got good views from the balconies of the river and surrounding valley.
  • Crossed over a nearby suspension footbridge for some more views of the ...

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