Tasi Dhargey Inn

Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Thamel, Kathmandu, is near Mountain Monarch Adventures, Annapurna Mountain Range, Mount Everest, and Foksundo Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

    Second Day

    A travel blog entry by eacharron on Jun 25, 2014

    5 comments, 9 photos

    ... I mean true chaos. Organized chaos, but chaos. I really don't know how there are never accidents. There isn't a second that goes by where you don't hear a horn from a car or bicycle! You may be thinking total road rage-like my father- but surprisingly the drivers are more patient and peaceful than you think. However, the most common thing I see when looking out the window is trash. There is trash anyway you look. People have no place of putting it so they pile it up on ...

    Days 18 & 19

    A travel blog entry by vmmackie on Jun 21, 2014

    6 photos

    ... we saw before lunch, through a small woodland area which was peaceful. Lakshmi, one of Rashmi's colleagues, a breast feeding support nurse lived close by and invited us to lunch. Her home cooked Nepali food was delicious. :). After lunch we visited the local Buddhist monastery and we were able to go inside. What a spectacular building. It was stunning. The trip back in the micro was an experience. Sardines would have more room in the tin. No idea how ...

    Making music and a pool party...

    A travel blog entry by maestrojfk on May 31, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... and my madal in my carry-on, but then I would either have to purchase another suitcase for the things that used to be in that carry-on or I would have to ship some stuff home. Prince's case holds two sarangi and it looked like my madal would fit into one of the spaces, so if I got the case I would not only have a safe place to keep my instrument when I was not using it, but I would also be able to use that as my carry-on and just check my second suitcase. Perfect!

    Not the best start...

    A travel blog entry by maestrojfk on May 18, 2014


    ... the lady on the phone who rerouted me in the first place, someone had taken my connection to Abu Dhabi out of the system, so the agent at Reagan had trouble switching me to the direct flight. It took the three agents at the customer service desk in the terminal from two different airlines (my IAD => JFK was apparently an American flight) plus two calls to different people somewhere, to finally get my flight reinstated so it could be switched.

    By the time we were done, it ...

    It started off well.....

    A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren on Apr 19, 2014

    ... an obvious trail which cut across so the only option was to backtrack. We spent the 3rd day taking it easy and walking back 4 hours mostly downhill to Chipling where we relaxed the rest of the day with a Malaysian guy and a guy from Manchester.

    After a bit of a lie in we set off backtracking still for an hour to Pati Bhanjyang where there was a road that cut across to the east. We started walking along this ...