Nepal: Kathmandu – 30 Nov. ’06

Joel explores more places in Kathmandu. Durbar Square is the religious and social heart of Kathmandu’s old city and is a complex of palaces, temples, shrines, statues and courtyards built between the 12th and 18th centuries by the ancient kings of Nepal. He also stops by Kathmandu Deaf School and joined with them for the afternoon. After the school visit, he stops by east corner of the Kathmandu Valley as well known as Bhaktapur Durbar Square. He rushes to Club Himalaya at Nagarkot village and capture the sunset along the Himalayan range.

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