Buddha Maya Garden Hotel
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Thanks everyone for you comments and support. It's very much appreciated and nice to know I have such great friends. Back on the bike again this morning and more of the lovely twisty road, but it was soon apparent that the trucks are on the move again, though when I got to Butwal the truck inspection was still in place and I and other light traffic …
7am start for the 7 hour ridiculously bumpy bus ride across the Himalayas. My bump-metre has gone up to include getting airborne multiple times. Although we are at the bottom of the Himalayas, it's still between 1500-400m above sea level. We wind our way down from the mountains on a public bus around the edge of the cliff, so narrow at times its …
... powerful shower, no idea when we'd next be seeing one of those, before settling down to an early night of Homeland.
Next morning after breakfast we headed off to the birth place, no rush but on arriving time seemed to slip away from us. We also entered the site at the birth place end but the ticket office is located about 1.5km north of this - rickshaw ride sorted this one out.
It was a strange site, I'm not sure what more I was ...
... tracks the side of the road seems to be littered with mud houses, no bigger than a garden shed, that people live in. Chickens and ducks run amongst dog and cows as with zoom past. The elephants have a square saddle on to fit 4 people on each corner, tad uncomfy with wood between you legs (ooooer missus) we plod around for a bit, see a few deers and tiger tracks (we think people have laid them earlier ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet