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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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I spoke too soon – much sleeping time wasted in the bathroom yet again! At the hotel reception they gave me some "anti-biotics" (you can buy all sorts of things over the counter in India & Nepal, so I wasn't too surprised) but Dave checked on the internet and they’re just anti-inflammatories - but I’ll accept anything that …
Even Imodium doesn't seem to be having any effect on my intestines which is a tad worrying but apart from that I feel ok. Dave went down for some breakfast and they put a video on for him, which Glenice had made 20 years ago when she was manager here, all about Everest and the region around here. He brought my breakfast up to the room as Glenice …
... at dawn, we immediately found ourselves immersed in a thick tropical jungle which looked similar to the Knysna Forest, but far denser. My heart smiled as I have such special and happy memories of riding my bike on the red route in the Knysna forest, I could almost smell it. So minutes after entering, the heavens opened and marble sized drops of water began to fall from above.....and they didn't stop. Soaked to the bone and very cold, even though ...
... again I have seem ambulances cut-off and blocked by trucks and buses, only with the intention of maintaining their own place in this anarchical road hierarchy. It makes me incredibly sad and frustrated to see such little concern for the well-being of others. It's also in such stark contrast to the warm, beautiful nepali people I see everyday in my work and around the villages. Cars seem to transform them into something else altogether. A loose metaphor for the impact of ...
... dancers who dance very fast in a
circle with sticks which they bang together with the sticks of the dancers
around them in a very complicated way. It was all accompanied by drums and
singing. There were various different dances, including a fire dance, and then
members of the audience were invited to join in the last dance and, not totally
unexpectedly, Dave just couldn’t resist!! It was a really good way to end the