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Day 86 ;
mmm what did we do,
Ah, had to go to the Indian embassy as we had been told in Varanasi, did that filled out the forms, paid the money and were told to come back at five. just as easy as we had been told.
Also went to the gym nice and early, the nepali people seem to be real keen on fitness, seen them jogging …
... can see dogs lying in the sun. They aren't pets, but they are very friendly and definitely aren't starving, there is a constant gritty film of dust that hangs on everything and makes your eyes and throat dry. Aside from the exhaust, the city smells much nicer than Guangzhou. As you pass the shops and restaurants you pick up a fair scent of curry and incense, and occasionally cooking meat. The shopkeepers are friendly and willing to haggle, but aren't terribly pushy or ...
... get any from UK for unknown reason. Streets are crazy: narrow, dark, no pavements and busy with motorcycles and cars. I am accosted by a young man who insists on helping me find the ATM. This is going to cost me and it does. He also takes me to a small supermarket because I want to buy shampoo and there I am persuaded by him to buy his sister baby-milk and end up buying lotion for myself instead of shampoo. How much his sister ...
... he will be going to explore some of the caves available for caving in the region. If you watched the National Geographic Special about this, you know that some of the caves are actually burial sites, so of course, we are not going to disturb anything like that, however, there are some areas that may be available for climbing and caving that he will explore. ...
... story, that I am going to tell you, started. She told me that since it is very difficult to find a job in Kathmandu, she wanted to start her own business, selling handbags in Durbar Square to tourists and to be able to do this, she needed money. She asked me to contribute 3000 rupees (which is about 300HKD or 25 British Pounds) in order to help her start the business. She said, “I know your name. You are Ka-wing. You are from Hong Kong, and you will ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed