Nagarkot Cottage

Nagarkot, P O Box 495, Nepal | Lodge
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Stunning views but cold!

A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren

... bowl of watery porridge to warm up and set off with Meme not far behind, our group of 7 now down to 2 as the French guys were headed to Dunche. I found it a bit funny overhearing their guide tell Meme to stick with me incase I got into trouble. Seeing as Meme was a chain smoker with a nasty cough, dodgy knees and a bad back It should definitely have been the other way around! We first crossed the Lauribina way, only accessible in summer and I could see why. There ...

Snow covered mountains

A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren

... headache and slept for a few hours. When she felt better we had a wander round the village, visiting a yak cheese factory, a monestry and best of all a bakery for a cinnamon roll! Heather started feeling ill again so went back while i took a walk around the valley some more. Back at the lodge it was really quiet with just us staying there so pretty much chilled with a book the rest of the day.

In the morning on day 4 we were really lucky to have perfect blue ...

Nepal welcomes our team

A travel blog entry by nepal2013


... too much for the eyes to take in - too many different scenes to be able to talk about any of them before they change! After dinner, Joy, Peter and rob took a quick stroll up the narrow streets in search of straws After a tasty dinner of rice, vegetables and lentils, the excitement of arriving in such an amazing place, tired us all, so it was a night of relaxing and going to bed early. A great first day in a country so interestingly comfortable despite its chaotic ...

Mountain Retreat

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast


... a slow and winding journey that offered minimum leg space but plenty to see out the window. By mid afternoon, we had arrived at the top of the hill and I went for a wander around to check out the place.

Now the Nagarkot that I found seemed to solely exist for the sake of watching the sunset and sunrise and the views of the Langtang Range, the mountains north and northeast of the Kathmandu Valley. As evidenced by an abundance ...

Much To Do in Kathmandu (And other places)

A travel blog entry by stuartcharles


... Oh yes, another famous site in and around Kathmandu (would you believe it that the Kathmandu valley is home to 4, that's right 4 UNESCO heritage sites, of which I've already mentioned 2; Swoyambhu and Durbar Square), is the Pashupatinath Temple. Set along the banks of the Bagmati river is revered as one of Shiva's dwelling places. Cremations are conducted here and one can see the kapalika saddhus (Shiva worshiping holy men) who dwell in the grounds, imitating the deity ...


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