Esthell Continental Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... people to work out the correct way back to the hotel which had only been just around the corner from where we started. He had the usual tuc-tuc driver cheek at the end of the ride to ask for money than the initially negotiated price as it was longer than he thought. We simply smiled paid the pre-agreed price and walked away. We spent the evening enjoying a cheeky drink at the hotel and eating our usual dual veg curry combo with naan bread. India were playing Sri Lanka in ...
... Durbar square - and did a lot of general walking around exploring. It was sad to leave - we really enjoyed Nepal! The locals are mellow and friendly, and it tends to attract some really excellent people travelling. I won't miss the air pollution though - all those stories of the old gurus that didn't eat food and drew all nourishment from breath - I think they lived in Kathmandu! I came expecting Nepal to be a one time thing, but I think we will be ...
... espresso poured on top. A lot of the cafes are chic, ultra modern with contemporary African designs. Most cafes serve beer in addition to coffee. A lot of cafes serve steaks, pasta, soups and sandwiches (beef, chicken and tuna). Portions are American size. The chicken sandwich has ten times the amount of meat compared to a chicken sandwich in India. The sandwich is served with a mountain of french fries. Generally speaking, beer is cheaper than water in Ethiopia. A bottle of beer costs ...
... a person directing cars into the car park, a person who pressed the button to give you the card from the machine that lets you in the car park, many people directing traffic to where you should park (the result being much wasted room), people to direct you where to got to into the shopping centre and someone there to, I don't know, look at you as you get into the lift.
I've stayed in two lovely homes but I've seen many people living in pitiful squalor. The streets are ...
... so I jumped at the chance to get it sorted. It took a while to get the locals to confirm where an ear doctor was located and, of course, to negotiate a tuk tuk price, but we got there with relatively little ease in Indian terms. We were both pleasantly surprised that the doctor was very professional. We were half expecting a bloke at the side of the road with a pointy stick giving it a go (as we’d seen this previously) but no, a nice lady with ...