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Kathmandu... a stereo-typical case study as a developing country and in extremes at that. The dirty rubbish littered streets, the shacks of branches and tarpaulin, and worst of all a brown-green river running through the city completely full of waste from the houses that line it - both in terms of garbage and grey water. Pigs wallowing to find food …
Pigged out at breakfast after losing weight on the trek (should've jumped on the scales at Lukla airport to check), took back the trekking gear to the Mountain Hawk office and bought some new, not-so-thin thongs.
As part of the package, Badri took me to a place with traditional Nepalese food and music & dancing, it was pretty good …
Not expecting to get a flight until the afternoon, I tried to sleep in but of course was once again woken up by loudly spoken German and stomping up and down the corridor. Then the sound of a planes engines starting up sparked a whole lot of people running around much the same way as when we saw the planes coming into land the day before. Usually …
I'd suggest perhaps doing the bus trip one way (from Kathmandu to Chitwan so its at least downhill once you leave Kathmandu and you aren’t coming back into Kathmandu peak hour traffic in the afternoon) just to experience a ****** bus ride on a ****** road with ****** traffic that is advertised to take 5 hours but takes 7. Masochists may want …
Flight from SIN > KTM was uneventful apart from some weird cloud formations along the way that would have the weather knob from NBN jizzing in his pants. Might send in a pic when I get back. SilkAir might be the Toro Rosso to Singapore Airline's Red Bull but their talent was even better than the parent team on that flight, just let down by their …
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed