Dhulikhel Mountain Resort

Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal | Resort
Prices starting from $152.00

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Day four

A travel blog entry by eacharron


... a great time with lots of laughs and adorable memories that will never be forgotten. It was hard to leave these girls behind because they were all too sweet and you could really feel the love they had for you. I wish I could take them all home with me! We didn't get back to the hotel until 8 pm due to the insane traffic and long ride home. Goodnight to everyone getting ready for bed, as Saturday is beginning for me! Sorry that it didn't post ...

Well that doesn't happen every day...

A travel blog entry by maestrojfk


... studied the law relative to importing goods and carrying goods into the country on behalf of another, but I'm pretty sure it's illegal, despite this guy's assurances to the contrary. It is fraudulent and I'm quite certain I could get into a lot of trouble for doing it. If there is any question about whether it is fraudulent or not, anytime you have to write up a phony bill of sale to avoid getting into trouble, it's fraud. Don't do it!

Our second day in Kathmandu

A travel blog entry by midannwife


... to get struck and apart from the incessant horns blowing there is no road rage. They seem to be a very accepting and patient people, something us westerners could learn. Michelle and I decided to accept the offer of a ride back to the hotel on a rickshaw not an experience we think we'll repeat...poor bloke I think he'd of found it easier climbing Everest! We met up with Srijana later who took us ...

Heading down TMI Street

A travel blog entry by maestrojfk


Even the toilet paper is different here.

I'll bet, after the title to this blog entry and that opening sentence, you thought I was going to discuss bodily functions and such. Ha ha! Gotcha!

Although, the toilet paper here definitely is different. I noticed it the first day I was here. It is rolled more loosely than in America, but it still very soft. It is perforated for ease in tearing, as well, but it never tears on the ...

Mountains and City Mayhem

A travel blog entry by johneklund


... Temple, Swayambhunath, just east of Kathmandu. It is a UNESCO World heritage site and looks quite spectacular. It offers some great views of the city. We scored a taxi with a nice chap who waited for us at the bottom of the temple.

The walk up to the main area was made fun as we saw quite a few local monkeys (Maccaques) - quite rightly too as we were at the monkey temple. The main area had an amazing Stupa, Swayambhunath Stupa, with 13 tiers at the top representing ...

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