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Dhulikehl Moutain Ressort
Nepal

The Dhulikehl Mountain Resort, is a very nice resort built on the hillside. In good weather conditions, it is a great view to the north and to the Himalaya montains guaranteed. The rooms are huge and equipped with everything is necessary. There is also free internet. The food is good, international and Nepali.

The beautiful grounds, and flowers, are supported by 4 gardeners.

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Uploaded: 13/12/2012
Updated: 30/06/2014
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