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Travel Blogs from Bhaktapur
... tapas covering the spectrum from (get ready for this)
- grilled buffalo tongues
- fried bone marrows wrapped in buffalo's stomach lining
- bbq intestines
- chilli buffalo meats
- masala salads
and not forgetting a delectable entree of
- fried beans
- salsa chilli
- flattened rice
accompanied by a tasty and zesty
- bamboo shoots soup
That in ...
... birthing unit could be discussed as well. They agreed and thought they could organise this, after all they did have more space in the birthing unit for these women, and it would free up space elsewhere! ....another result, I think! At the end of the meeting, the doctors said they would take our paperwork to the faculty next week where it would hopefully gain full approval and we should try some emergency drills next week too, as they thought this was ...
... range and as we flew along, the air hostesses came along and pointed out each major peak. Everyone gets a window seat so we had excellent views. After only a few minutes the first mountain came into view. It was so beautiful and incredibly impressive - Dave was in his element despite being in a plane!! And eventually we saw Mount Everest - wow!! We were all allowed into the cockpit one by one and at the end we were all given a certificate. Of ...
... trail ahead of us (mom, pops, and the cub). But, another group was walking behind them, which was why they were coming our way. Now, I'm no animal behaviorist, but I do know that 1) you don't mess with a mom and it's baby and 2) you don't corner a wild animal that can maul you to death. Our guide, however, apparently skipped school that day. So of course he yells at us to hurry up and starts running towards the bears. Myself and my intrepid companions decide to start looking at ...
... this wasn't viable. I didn't want to see burning bodies that bad. So we headed off to the next tourist trap. Durbar Square, a large square consisting of a palace museum and amazing wood engraved buildings. It was rather hard to navigate and although the area is photogenic, without a guide it lacks any story. Next stop was monkey temple. Which funnily enough is infested with monkeys, fine for me, but Kate dislikes them as much as manky dogs. Situated on top of ...