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... broke a week ago (coincidently the same day i accidentally took the room key with me after leaving Ella, talk about karma...). I am now finally able to update the blog. Fingers crossed the internet will be ok in Kathmandu as i have some serious catching up to do. ...
... had to wait, so instead we set out to buy a handbag for Kirsty.
No sooner had we reached the end of the street Kirsty was haggling over a Prada bag, or was it a Proda bag, not too sure. Despite the salesman's best attempt to get Kirsty to buy the bag, "lady, how much do you want to pay" it was still more than Kirsty was willing to pay so we continued on our way. Eventually bought a bag, a very nice North Face (ish) one. Within a ...
... we had agreed to meet so we jumped in a taxi. It was half the price of a taxi to the Chinatown Inn so we were very glad we made the decision to change hotels.
We arrived at the hotel and instantly forgave them for forgetting us. The hotel is a budget hotel near the airport but is very stylish and clean. The room was big enough for a stopover and had everything you would need, strong a/c, power shower (our first since leaving London), multiple power supplies (even ...
... no signs just a hallway with two openings. I wandered to the left first until I saw the pool and figured that the gym had to be on the opposite side. After walking to the right finally found the gym, but was shocked when the door was locked despite seeing a security guard standing in the corner of the gym and a few people on treadmills far away in an opposite corner. I went to search for another door and found nothing, so I quickly returned to ...
... for a rooftop bar suggested by Lonely Planet to be faced with a very closed down looking rooftop bar. Good on ya Lonely Planet. Thai food in the most atmospheric street, filled with Hawker stands that were the best we have been to in SE Asia. Although, we did eat our dinner with the intervals of people selling things from a chopping board that turns into a fruit basket (yes, really) to a guy that was selling a laser pen, it was pretty hilarious. We ...