Traveling to Nepal on my own for my second time I wanted to experience a bit more of the Nepal culture. For my three night stay the family were very welcoming and caring, they made you feel a part of the family. In the mornings the two young boys took us for a walk around the local neighborhood which was great to get out and see how the locals live.
The rooms were very clean and comfortable, and equipped with a hot shower.
Twice a day we ate dal bhat and throughout the day several cups of milk tea. It was great to eat food made by locals rather than tourist version you get in Thamel. While I was there they taught me a game with 5 small rocks, while I was really bad at it, they had a lot of patience and more than happy to teach me and share their culture.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A traditional Nepalese home stay, with three double en suite rooms - each with their own private entrance. Situated near the forest on the edge of Kathmandu, yet just four kilometers from the city center. Simple breakfast and airport pickup/drop off is included. We offer a cooking class in traditional Nepalese cuisine. ... more less