The Dwarika'S Resort-Dhulikhel

Address: PO Box 459, Dhulikhel, Nepal | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on PO Box 459, Dhulikhel.
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    Travel Blogs from Dhulikhel

    Stairs & Monkeys

    A travel blog entry by dick-diamond on Apr 11, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... to the route. As Nepal has virtually no railway system, having missed out on British occupation, and as most roads are quite bad & slow, a railway system would be a good idea. Although how you cross the high Himalayas is another matter, even tunnels would be dodgy in an earthquake prone area, they're still rising up, those Himalayas! And the fear is always there that the tanks may follow the tourists.
    The Indian threat is more insidious, cultural rather ...

    Goodbye to the land of the monutains

    A travel blog entry by adrianatugg on Mar 04, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... didn't do much for a few days as the family and neighbors were getting ready for monices bratamando ceremony, kind of like a bar mitzvah or baptism where the boy becomes a man and can technically get married. The boy in question is 8 years old and is never home because he is always to busy watching tv at the neighbors house. He likes to torment his older sisters but is surprisingly good with younger kids, especially boys. Everyday the house was full with family from out of town ...

    Peace and calm

    A travel blog entry by nepalilove on Jan 12, 2015

    19 photos

    ... He took to Noah and was playing bow and arrow with him.

    Later the staff said the children could do some gardening with them. They guided them so gently and lovingly. Noah with a pick needs to be watched.

    Another lovely traveller, Adrian came before lunch. He is British and a student of Buddhism.
    We chatted about ...

    Monkey temple

    A travel blog entry by cvaughan on Jan 04, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... people would go. I only got a little lost on the way - I was going the right way but was expecting to see signs or the temple complex on the hill & couldn't. So I back tracked and finally realized I had been going the right direction- I was just looking in the wrong direction. There really are monkeys all around the steps and even in the temple complex. They don't seem particularly concerned with people. Although apparently if you have food things ...

    Back on a Glutinous Journey

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Dec 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... area is definitively Tibetan. The shops and streets around the temple laid out like the pilgrim circuit around Johkang Temple in Lhasa. This is mini Tibet complete with a full community of Tibetan refugees.

    I pick up my passport the following day and start prepping for India. Kathmandu is very touristy and it has some tasty treats that I haven't seen in months. I stock my pack not sure what I will see again for a while and get ready to bid Nepal ...