The Dwarika'S Resort-Dhulikhel
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... to its knees and results in the death of 13,000 Nepalis. Development projects stall and tourism levels plummet.
2001 Prince Dipendra bursts into the Narayanhiti Palace and massacres 10 members of the royal family, including his father, King Birendra, before shooting himself. The king’s brother, Gyanendra, is crowned king of Nepal.
2008 Nepal abolishes the monarchy and becomes a federal democratic republic, with former Maoist guerrilla ...
... the weather did not cooperate and there were clouds and mist so we were unable to really see the numerous mountain ranges that we had hope for. We then descended down to Khola Kharka, the village we should have gone to yesterday. Nevertheless, now having trekked it, we would have had to do some of it in the dark which wouldn't have been fun so I'm glad we stopped yesterday where we did. After ...
... fall, pick ourselves back up, and laugh it off. It was hysterical.
We also took a Nepali cooking class as a family. The resort's resident chef, Prahmod, taught the two hour lesson. He was a charming young man in his late 20's and spoke fluent English with a delightful Indian accent. Once again, we were the only 4 students attending the class. We learned how to make traditional Nepali dumplings called momos, the same ones we had been enjoying at dinner, ...
... little bit of the countryside. And we saw the HIMALAYA!!!
The people have been kind and helpful. Especially at the Hotel Tenki where we are staying.
When I got off the flight six days ago I think I was scared that I wouldn't be able to navigate the ins and outs of Kathmandu. Because of the people that we met we have been able to see so much more than if we were doing this all on our ...
... coffee which of courese i had to try. I had Tibetan bread, something we had tried a few days ago but was quite different here, its very tasty with honey and nice and bland in comparison to our usual spicy breakfasts!
This morning we got a bus into bhaktapur and then changed to the bus for Changunarayan, which was so full we could ************* but they still managed to squeeze a few more on. We went straight to dhurbas restaurant which opened a couple of ...