|1500 Nepalese Rupees for Non SAARC members and 500 NRs for SAARC and Chinese (Entrance fees to Bhaktapur)|
|Scenes while traversing along the narrow cobblestone streets of Bhaktapur|
|The vibe around this area reminds me of a marketplace scene from my fave TV series, Homeland, well, minus the element of suspense and danger.|
|Nyatapola Temple, one of the tallest pagoda style temple and a best example of engineering and architecture of multi roofed and square temples|
|A view Taumadhi Square taken from Nyatapola Temple and the Bhairabnath Temple on the left|
|Nepali kids agreeing to pose for my cam|
We checked the rooftop Cafe of Sunny Guesthouse just within the vicinity of Taumadhi Square and ordered the traditional Nepalese meal, Dal Bhat (which is by the way very similar to Pinoy's favorite Friday dish called Ginisang Monggo) with Chicken curry and pairing it with Chai Masala Tea to keep the chills at bay while enjoying a night view of Bhaktapur before finally calling it a night.
|Dal (Lentils) Bhat (Steamed Rice)|
|At the rooftop terrace of Heart of Bhaktapur Guesthouse|
Still more of my Bhaktapur accounts on the next post.
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