Dhulikhel Mountain Resort

Address: Lazimpat, Kathmandu, 44600, Nepal | Resort
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This resort is located on Lazimpat, Kathmandu.
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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

        Kathmandu, the last leg of the tour

        A travel blog entry by crouchinhedghog on Oct 10, 2015

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        ... clear that the group was not complete. Nevertheless, we shared a lot of laughs and reminisced about our adventures together. Everyone had grown close and the friendships formed are all genuine.

        In order to have a proper send-off, we returned to the aforementioned supermarket to buy some drinks. We decided to use the hotel’s facilities to the fullest and sat on the roof until the early hours of the morning drinking, laughing, until ...

        Touching down in Nepal post-earthquake #1

        A travel blog entry by sierrayla on May 01, 2015

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        ... other alarm I had set. Same thing. I told Randy I would meet him at the airport as soon as possible and scrambled to get ready and down to the lobby. So much for a relaxing shower and cup of coffee before flying all day! I stumbled into the lobby 15 min late and hopped into the waiting taxi.

        As it turned out, my taxi pulled in just behind Randy's and we went to check in. Fortunately, there were no problems and we got on our flight on time. We flew ...

        Nepal Earthquake - 25/4/2015

        A travel blog entry by grizzly on Apr 26, 2015

        ... to a post in the kitchen as he exclaimed that this was an earthquake. We looked around and all but a gompa seemed to have survived the quake unscathed. Even the cows looked unimpressed - they continued to chew their cud as if nothing happened.

        Later that day three more trekkers came to Mountain View and to my surprise these were all the people I have trekked with and/or talked with along the Langtang trail – Allan, his guide Bibi and his porter and ...

        Last entry from Nepal

        A travel blog entry by dick-diamond on Apr 21, 2015


        ... to anyone who hasn't been. But I have been before & now seen nearly all that I can without trekking across the mountains, and I can't see my doing that in the future. So its Blackpool next year! Or maybe somewhere slightly more exotic...

        So this is my last last blog from here, unless something interesting happens, which ain't very likely. Its been a very peaceful break, met so many people, both local and western, that I can't remember all the names. Have seen a tiger ...

        Temples, flags and ghats

        A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 04, 2015

        14 photos

        ... a hill, with steps leading up away from the river. I headed up to have a look and ended up in a large temple complex of stupas - it was cool. Felt a bit like the temple ruins of Cambodia. After an hour of wandering around, I left, just as another funeral was a starting and some of the others were coming to an end, with the ashes left from the burnt wood being swept into the river. The next stop looked like it should only be about 5 minutes away, but we spent 20 minutes in ...

        Traveler Photos Dhulikhel Mountain Resort Kathmandu

        Our heater in the Mountain Guest House......
        Pokhara............., Nepal