Marcopolo Business Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a homeless - no shower for 6- 7 days, no proper hair and tooth brush. I wanted to look that way. That look was a prize of being alive. Also, pitiful look meant less shout from momy and dady Dady was nice. "You leave me when I am sick!". He hugged me. There were 100 Horlicks piled up in my kitchen. ( people come to visit sick family members with this energy drink). There were still people coming in and ...
... motor bike ride, monkeys that mind seems to be settled. Despite all these, I want to continue - continue to move. I have a goal- Most challenging and thrilling destination of this trip. Last stretch of this whole journey. I really want to get to my goal. I am wishing and praying. Selfishly. ----- Thank you Radhika, Vasu, Amit, Preeti, Poojan dai for your generous contributions. Total raised so far ...
... are closed or closing so we decide to plan some sightseeing for the next day. Then we head for dinner another 3--4 hour affair followed by yet again- you guessed it - another trip to a bakery.
I'm the late arrival on the scene. While I was in Taiwan everyone else was already in Nepal so they have done the sights of Kathmandu and also trekked Annapurna. This time they get to be my guides and they whisk me around to the best of the best of Kathmandu eats. ...
Diwali was on and nearly all the places were closed, so we stayed at the hostel for the majority of the morning and only ventured out after lunch. A small group of us found a spot where we could have lemonades and teas and had wifi.
Some time ago back in Dublin, I was having a nice Pint of Guinness with a Dave Pitts, a colleague from Potters Bar and we realized that we both would be in Kathmandu around the end of October and decided to meet up. Today was going to be ...
... waiting for me to emerge from the fray, and it is rare when I have been so happy to see two people in my entire life. They quickly whisked me away from the stress of the airport, and we went off to pick up a cousin of Pujan's (Suvit) and his girlfriend, whose name I regrettably lost in the haze of 48 hours of travel without sleep. We went to a very cool area of town and ate dinner in a house-style restaurant next to one of ...