Llechwen Hall Hotel
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... Whilst out I had three rows with money changers, each of them refused to change some of my £20 notes as they had writing on in ink and one was slightly torn. The bank won't take them they said, so I promptly snatched them back and went off in a huff! I eventually decided I had to change something so changed £100 of good notes and putting the graffitied ones back in my wallet. Will have to use an ATM in Thamel in a couple of days or we will be moneyless! Later in ...
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... briefly and then we all went down to the shrine room where he gave his Saturday talk to westerners. Back to our room to make arrangements for a visit tomorrow to Nagi Gpmpa high up in the mountaneous jungle above Kathmandu where we will do retreat for a couple of days. This is the hermitage where Tulku Urgyen , father to Mingyur rinpoche , Chökyi Nyima and other sons lived. Will write more when we ...
... a really bad 4WD track after we were commited to going that way. It got worse as we went, and ended up being un- rideable rubble and bog puddles. We ended up next to a scrap yard in the mud, trying to shelter from a rain squall under an inadequate tree with only 3 branches. The sign at the other end of the ****** track cheerfully pointed us up another track following a busy road, and then all signage totally disappeared. A Welsh taxi driver helpfully stopped and ...