The Dwarika'S Resort-Dhulikhel

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

    A visit to a community health facility, Chapagaun

    A travel blog entry by midannwife on Jun 18, 2014

    8 photos

    ... micro bus back to Kathmandu, where again Rashmi engaged every one in conversation until she fell asleep on the old man's shoulder next to her! He was too polite to tell her to move, and I believe everyone looks up to and respects Rashmi far too much to upset her. When we got back to Patan on the outskirts of Kathmandu, Rashmi decided that she would take us to look at some materials as I had said earlier that I would like to have an outfit made. She took us to a ...

    Kathmandu express

    A travel blog entry by anaketa on May 12, 2014

    6 photos

    ... and this guy jumped in the car with us! at our astonish face the driver try to say: 'is a friend, my.. my... friend.' We wanted to ask a discount at this point but than we had a good feeling about these guys and we decided to enjoy what the nepali destiny has reserved for us. After a while, he connected his iPod to the jeep. At that point we totally felt like in a kind of Bollywood move! Even if sometimes some occidental songs came out, most of the music was ...

    A final word

    A travel blog entry by jusandra on Apr 06, 2014

    ... to, being woken early every morning by the clanging of the bell on a roadside shrine which lets the gods know that someone is passing by, dogs barking every morning and every evening, traffic noise and the constant blaring of horns, conversations I dont understand but can almost figure out just by watching peoples body language, children playing - play sounds the same in any language, the sound of men hacking ...

    First impressions of Nepal

    A travel blog entry by deolali on Mar 11, 2014

    3 comments, 3 photos

    Yesterday afternoon, as the plane descended through the cloud over India and then crossed the Nepalese border the mountainous Himalayan countryside stretched out ahead like a very crumpled green, grey and white carpet. As a motorcyclist I was just as interested in the roads below me as in the mountain scenery and I can't wait to get out on those remote ribbons of bitumen and dirt winding their way through the valleys and over ...

    A bitter introduction to Nepali politics

    A travel blog entry by remus on Feb 03, 2014

    ... of this Constituent Assembly be any different from the last? After all, the leaders of the major parties are the same as then, and many of them have already served a term as Prime Minister, and spectacularly failed to bring the promised change. Why would they act differently now? The major difference does not come from the political establishment but rather from the demands of the people.

    In 2008, the country was just beginning to stitch the ...