As much as we would like to, it’s not possible to take mini-vacations every weekend. But there are some really fun things that you can do to ensure you are ready to tackle work with a newfound zeal that comes after a holiday. Here are The Week’s top five picks.
KATHMANDU, July 18: Kathmandu is a bustling city comprising people from all walks of life. The abundance of population means that the serenity and the peace of the city are disrupted as the residents carry out their daily duties.
'Hiking Kathmandu', a travel guide by Prakriti Premi Group member, Ram Devi Maharjan was launched on Saturday at Nepal Tourism Board, Pradarsani Marg. Maharjan’s book is a compilation of articles about hiking around Kathmandu. The book aims to cater travel enthusiasts with hiking route information in the valley.
KATHMANDU, March 10: Nepal Bankers Association (NBA) on Friday told its member banks to suspend their interbank transactions with NIC Asia Bank Ltd for raising interests on deposits “in breach of an informal understanding to cap the interest rates.”
LALITPUR, Dec 19: Enlightening Young Souls (EYS), in collaboration with Shanti Education Foundation, organized a hiking called ‘Hike to Enlight’ from Jyamirkot, a VDC in Lalitpur, to Kotdanda on Saturday.