The alternative Kathmandu: #1 A walk back in time.

A Walk back to time indeed 🙂

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The alternative Kathmandu


If this is your second visit to Kathmandu you may be in need of a few thoughts to explore the city further, understand it more, so you don’t just have a quick stay before shooting off to Pokhara, Solu Kumbhu etc. If this is your first visit then we hope to help you get more out of your trip and get out of the mainstream rather than following the hordes every day to Swayambhu, Pashpatinath or Durbar Square.


1 Basantapur to Thamel

This is our #1 city walk through some of the oldest parts of Kathmandu. We’re not going to give you a detailed map (Google offline download of Kathmandu should do that!) nor is this a history of the area. Suffice to say you could do this at a decent pace in 30 mins or about 90 mins if you take lots of photos and explore…

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3 thoughts on “The alternative Kathmandu: #1 A walk back in time.

  1. When somebody reblogs a post there can be no greater accolade of ones writing. It signifies more than just appreciation of the article though, it signifies trust and respect for the writer. So pleased to have “met” you and shared our tales of Kathmandu yesterday; I would like to reblog about four of your posts on food and growing up if that’s ok? Not all at once though 😂😂. Thank you for spreading my posts littlemiss. B.


    1. You are welcome. I love your writing style. And reading your blog helps me more to learn about Nepal as well. And not to forget to mention, you do have humorous side to your writings. I loved it. And you are welcome to reblog those. Your article is so good it became instant hit on my blog 🙂 🙂


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