Hotel Buddha Land

Address: Thamel Jyatha-30, Kathmandu, 0977, Nepal | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Thamel Jyatha-30, Kathmandu, is near Mountain Monarch Adventures, Annapurna Mountain Range, Mount Everest, and Foksundo Lake.
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      Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

      A day trip with the hotel manager

      A travel blog entry by midannwife on Jun 22, 2014

      4 comments, 8 photos

      Today Michelle and I were treated to a day out with Sunil, the hotel manager. He has been keen on showing us the sights of Kathmandu since we arrived, so today we put ourselves in his hands and went along with his plans. We were collected from the hotel at 9.30 am and whisked off through the ever busy streets to Bungamati. It was raining when we left so everything seemed to be muddy and not very inviting. However we duly got out of the car and went to ...

      Death, Funerals & Kamasutra

      A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Jun 04, 2014

      17 photos

      ... to Boudhanath, I blindly ordered at the local shop a tibetan dish Fingsha Alu - a mid-strength drinking curry stocked with potatoes, mutton bits, strings of vermicelli and topped with lots of fragrant coriander leaves. Till today I can still recall the mouthwatering taste of the flavoursome curry.

      Apparently the consistency of cooking in Kathmandu varies greatly, as I was not able to taste the ...

      Making music and a pool party...

      A travel blog entry by maestrojfk on May 31, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... the same note a fifth above to low string. One of those strings (the one closest to the high string) is played and the other is a sympathetic string (that means it is there for the vibrations). That is one area of difference between the Nepali and Indian sarangi. The Indian sarangi has a much larger number of sympathetic strings.

      Prince (my teacher) also has a pretty cool sarangi case that I thought might be beneficial to own. I checked and I can fit both ...

      Heading down TMI Street

      A travel blog entry by maestrojfk on May 26, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... the West, but also in other countries with long, ancient classical music traditions such as India). That has certainly changed music in good ways, but it has also taken music from being a participative art into a performance art. The difference being that, in participative arts, we dance, sing, laugh, play, and interact with the musicians. In performance art, we sit quietly across a vast chasm of distance between the performer and the audience.
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      Not the best start...

      A travel blog entry by maestrojfk on May 18, 2014

      2 comments

      ... time for the original flight to JFK to take off, but I had put them through so much trouble, I didn't feel right telling to just put me back on the JFK flight. How silly of me. The CS agent tried to get my bag off the plane to JFK so it would get on my flight to Abu Dhabi, but nobody could find the bag anywhere. It was not in either of the luggage storage areas it could have been in and it was not being loaded onto the plane to JFK. I went down to the baggage area myself and spoke ...