/ Nepal Tea Houses
On a recent trip, we paid in wood. And we were glad to be rid of the wood.
Christmas/new year 2010 so off season from Shivilaya(sp) to Namche Bazzar the rooms were either 100 or 200 of their currency (just under £1/£2)a night room sleeps 2. After it got cheaper 100 or strangely in gorak shep free!
Food is entirely up to you and how much you eat,it's cheap low down max £4/day it gets more expensive the higher you go, but if you stick to dahl bat you can eat all you like high up for 450/500 their currency 2/300 for breakfast, stay off the booze if you are on a budget wait till you get back to civilisation
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