Hotel Panauti

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Day 6

A travel blog entry by midannwife


... felt we could adapt these for their practice and would ensure that full history's are taken for each woman. She was keen to discuss how we manage women on different pathways, and felt the records could be colour coded dependant on whether a woman was high or low risk. I suggested this would be expensive, but a cheaper way could be to mark the records with colour coded pens, red for high risk and green for low risk, they thought this was a great idea. Michelle and ...

Sunday in Nepal

A travel blog entry by bechilton


... We travelled there by bus and I had SO MUCH FUN sitting in the front seat. It was exciting and nail bitingly scary at the same time!! I took lots of photos and video of the roads and traffic. Everyone cuts everyone off!!! It was also a great opportunity to take in the other sights like all the different shops and businesses, plus the people. There was an awesome view from the second level of the college. A few of us went up the road ...


A travel blog entry by johnsmetana

... on the outskirts of Kathmandu, it has amazing sunrise and sunset views. We arrived late afternoon, which was good enough so got some great photos and headed back to the hotel. One last delicious dinner in Thamel, and we were broke. We manged to spend all our rupees which is great, as nowhere else in the world will change Nepal rupees. Kate had some US dollars she had converted at the hotel for the taxi ride to the airport the next day, and we were spent, ...

Goodbye Nepal, Hello India

A travel blog entry by travelingamanda


... the Nepali version of Boulder. You look in one direction and you see a beautiful blue (but probably totally polluted) lake and in another direction tall mountains by American standards and then these epic white mountains behind those ones. It really puts the dippy mountains we have in perspective. After some sightseeing, Ram took us to the International Mountain Museum. It's a unique museum as it pays tribute to mountaineers from all over the world and tells the story of ...

Pre-trek Talk

A travel blog entry by brynandnate

... plane ticket for a guide to and from Kathmandu as well as our own. Completely understandable, but expensive!
* Yak wool is warm
* Nights in Kathmandu are cold
* This place is full of really fun people! Had dinner tonight with a Turkish couple who also quit their jobs and are traveling until they have no more money, and a French woman who has been living in Kathmandu for the past 2.5 months working with the Red ...


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