- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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paths' shouted the wimp
In the end the guide had no choice but to back down and accept these words despite the fact the rest of us really wanted to go through the grass and spot a Rhino, which is what we had paid for. Many words crossed my mind, for although I understood his apprehension, I didn't understand why he didn't get on a jeep or an elephant like all the other cowards. The words that stuck with me were ...
Another morning where I stayed in bed until 10. Lazy Andi, I know. but there was not much on the schedule for today. Because of the Dashain festival we most of the shops were closed and also the Trekking offices where we had to get our premits were not open. On the other hand I still didn't know which trek I was going to do. My preference was to do something in the Annapurna Conversation Area, but I wasn't sure if it was going to be the entire circuit or the ...
15 SEPTEMBER This morning I kicked off my final week on placement with the kids. It had to be one of the toughest and most frustrating mornings I've had for a while, with every one of the kids simultaneously deciding to be unbearably difficult, making the task of getting them to school on time impossible. This alone did not frustrate me, but for one girl, Sabina (9), who was standing alone outside the house looking both distressed and confused. She refused to move, preferring ...
... that another bike rider brings to the guesthouse each day. Unpasteurized, the milk tastes like heaven, the coffee more than heaven, and the complementary veggie omelet is beyond experience. Krishna is working on his English and is doing quite well, considering that his first language is a Gorka dialect and Nepali is his second language. Krishna comes from a remote Himalayan villages where getting enough food to eat each day is a great luxury. He is fortunate to be an ...
... old people sitting helplessly staring into our eyes with a surprisingly welcoming glow, and people hard at work with a baby strapped to their front and baskets on their back. Nobody ever showed a threat of danger, just as no one has this entire trip. We then were brought to a magnificent Hindu temple in an open square. It kind of reminded me of an abandoned Epcot or Disney feature. Our next stop of the day was a children's center (it was really ...