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... and where I should be able to help out for some of my remaining time here!
I apologise for the lack of pics, the files are quite large so are not easy to upload... I'm always very conscious of the time while I am at the web point to get everything squeezed in.
Once again I send u all my love and hope to be able to use Skype at the weekend, so if u think u might be free maybe morning your time, I will try and schedule in a visit to the web point. Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
... like that, with our taxi driver and his friend in the middle of nowhere :) So we tried the famous nepali set, that consists in rice with different stuff apart to mix with it, and you must eat all of it with the hands, making small balls. For us, of course, it was impossible, so we opted for the spoon. The place was little but picturesque. We sat outside, at a big round table, and inside the building a woman was cooking something on a big fire that seemed an ...
... br> I took myself on a date last night. There is a half decent restaurant just a short walk and across the main Lazimpat Road from my hotel so, instead of eating in like I have done most evenings, I decided to have a change of scenery. The meal was fine, nothing spectacular but the surroundings were nice and I enjoyed sitting with Kelvin (my Kindle) for a while. It was on the way back to the hotel that it suddenly ...
... ourselves including a really nice mask of Buddha.
Later we went back to our hotel and had to bargain with a taxi because we spent all of the money that we had in gifts! We agreed with the taxi driver that he would drive us to the airport for NPR 150 + USD 2 from where we were supposed to take our flight to Kuala Lumpur.
Nepal is an amazing country, our favorite so far. For trekking it's a paradise, you have mountains wherever you look. The tallest mountains in the ...
... fare share of bribery and intimidation, on the 19th of November 2013, the 12 million-odd voters clearly demonstrated their concern for the future of the country.
The more extreme factions of the CPN-Maoist Party attempted to disrupt the elections by repeatedly calling for bandhs (in Nepal a bandh means a complete ban on businesses and vehicles that often results in non-complying people getting their vehicle or shop torched), placing bombs ...