Hotel Tibet International
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Our first real experience of jet lag had us up at one o'clock in the morning, starving hungry and wide awake! We randomly watched an episode of Nigella Lawson's cooking show before getting back off to sleep. Even at that time in the morning, the city sounded noisy, with dogs barking, bugs chirruping and the odd scooter honking. It was, however, …
... she was in exactly the same position on the bed and had only progressed to 4cms. The wonderful Rashmi, as is her habit, began a tutorial with the nurses on duty, explaining how to assess the station of the head, the importance of both abdominal palpation and VE being done and correcting some gaps in their understanding. Meanwhile Ann and I were observing the lady, Rita. We hinted about listening in to the fetal heart a "bit" more frequently ...
... the street to go into the bookstore.
After I got out, I resumed my search for a place to eat lunch when I passed the same rickhsaw driver. He peddles up to me and settles in right next to me, staring at me. He asked me if I wanted a ride and I ignored him and kept walking.
He kept pedalling along right next to me as I walked, imploring me to accept a ride. This was problematic because I was looking for a new place to eat and he had effectively blocked off the ...
... sometimes just a tiny dark alley doorway demanding one to stoop their head. More interestingly, many courtyards are interlinked via long narrow passageways, making the city very pedestrian porous.
The central attraction of Kathmandu, Durbar Square, was also a delight to explore, with the exception of the King's Museum which was as dull as watching paint on a wall. Durbar ...
... was happening, two other guards came up to me and apologized for the inconvenience. I, in turn, apologized for putting them to the trouble of having to do this paperwork. I walked away feeling like a complete fool.
I had asked one of the guards if there was a breakfast place nearby before I entered the embassy and he directed me down the street a ways. I did not find a restaurant, but I did see the mountains more clearly. I also saw a very interesting dog. ...