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Har du nogensinde haft udsigt til rismarker, elefanter og bøfler fra dit brusebad og dit soveværelse ?
Jeg havde for længe siden booket et værelse på Hotel Parkside, der viste sig at have en helt ny bygning, hvor jeg kom til at bo øverst på tredje etage med udsigt til de to sider. Der er rismarker mod øst og den lokale vej snor sig …
... mixed emotions that we left once again for Kathmandu,that teeming metropolisis,all Capital cities are the same I guess,we stayed in the Quieter District of Thamel,and even that after the peace of Pokhara, it was Manic,pot holes,people,cats,dogs,cows,Buffalo,Ric kshaws,motorbikes,cars,and Waggons,oh and Buses how could I forget them,all fighting for position in the road. We stayed in The GaneshHimal Guest House and it was quite Delightful,with its own Private ...
... the Portsmouth & Swedish guys from Lumbini) arrived with the Israeli guy & sat with the Danish girls outside. I spoke with 2 Spanish guys who arrived today, the first Spanish I've met. They had done the trek to Everest base camp, which is a *******e, base camp is at about 5,500m. I realise that I've not met any Portuguese here, come on Pedro, tell your mates to come to Nepal....
As I was leaving I saw that Daniel was resting his head on the table, turns ...
... I believe it will be some small harmless animal i think to myself and am not further confuse. With an open mouth and as little noise (I try even to breathe as little as possible), I follow the dirt track. When I come to the river, I see a kingfisher, the protection against the strong sunlight in a tree was looking for. I was of the locals warned before the crocodiles and hippos, on the river bank suns. But to my disappointment I can unfortunately not.I make ...
... were hundreds of tourists (mainly Chinese) most of whom were also heading for the river bank.
I sat on an upturned canoe and watched some wildlife come down to the river to drink. No elephants; no tigers!
I bought a most unusual supper (spicy too). It consisted of a mix of nuts, rice (popped like rice krispies), fresh onions, crisps and some other things I just did not recognise; all in a cone (made from a recently used packet of ...