Dhulikhel Lodge Resort

Address: P.O. Box 6020 , Dhulikhel, Nepal | Resort
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This resort is located on P.O. Box 6020 , Dhulikhel.
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    Travel Blogs from Dhulikhel

    Kathmandu first impressions

    A travel blog entry by paterson15 on Apr 14, 2015

    5 photos

    ... it was all there a plenty.

    mid morning saw us on a taxi tour firstly to pashupati compound. Hindu and on the banks of the river and where cremations take place all the time. Filthy, crumbling, and again thronging with people. Monkeys and rabid dogs wandering about mixed with the occasional cattle- which of course can do there own thing.
    then to Boudha ...

    Trekking preparation

    A travel blog entry by flex_e on Mar 09, 2015

    119 photos

    ... small bus, that not more largely, than a VOLKSWAGEN - bus is, sits already approx. 20 native ones. With trouble crimping I me to the others. Now it is called caution. Due to the tightness here very a great many pick-pocketing happens, yet it is cheapest means of transport (0,25 € /travel). Although Thamel is distant for only 5 km von Boudanath, the bus needs due to the traffic chaos over 1h. When I look from the window, I see - the whole back part inclusive to my ...

    Emptiness and busyness

    A travel blog entry by nepalilove on Jan 13, 2015

    1 photo

    ... I had so many ideas I want to write about, like how the local people seem so connected to the earth, how Westerners seem like they protect themselves from the earth. How local people look like they feel they belong, they are at home. How Westerners look like they are always visiting, even when they are at home. So let me rather own it, I feel my disconnection from the earth. I want to feel at home and that I belong.


    North India and Nepal

    A travel blog entry by charliedaniel on Jan 02, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... that was exactly what happened. I don't think you can ever prepare yourself to see what we saw in Varanassi but having been there it didn't feel like a sad place and people didn't seem upset like our funerals despite it being so visible and for us, an alien way to say good bye to a loved one. We wandered down towards the main burning ghat where we saw bodies being carried down and then dowsed in the water of the Gangees before being placed on the specific wood they had ordered (and ...

    Staying local

    A travel blog entry by nepalilove on Dec 16, 2014

    24 photos

    Children getting better. Patan museum today. Very very beautiful.

    My observations of being in public spaces since I have been here is that sexuality here is neither overt nor repressed. I would think this ...