Marcopolo Business Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had a good look at the runway - short and very steep. There were no signs of life except for a guy across the other side of the runway doing a bit of tai chi and then cleaning his teeth.
After hanging around in the dark for a while, we saw the first staff appear; a guy walked past with a very large, antique-looking rifle. Then finally the rest of the airport staff and punters started to arrive and before long it was chaotic. Thank goodness Ram and Santosh were there to ...
... great coffee and cakes and fast wifi! After using the time to update my blog from the past weeks adventures, I decided to haggle with a taxi driver to go and see the Boudha Stupa which is over near the Kathmandu district. My taxi driver was very insistent on walking me to the stupa, which I realised later was because he'd never seen it himself! The stupa is a world heritage sight, and was definitely worth the journey, with a circle around it (or 51 laps or 101) ...
... river. This road is part pavement and part dirt. We are making decent progress until we reach a large truck that has blocked the entire soft sand road. There are tens of vehicles heading in each direction that cannot pass on this soft dirt inclined road. We have to make a scary U-turn on this narrow sandy road. It is so scary that Sharon and I exit the vehicle. We successfully turn around and head back into town and then start on a worse road on the opposite side of the river. ...
Ready and waiting for the others from their flight by 7:30am and by 9:30am, ready to eat anything that moved Jules and I ate at the hotel and started walking to Patan. Unpredictability about anything and everything is the only definite here and we knew there would be a simple explanation. We left a message for Durga and headed out. We only had one slight detour on the way to Patan, but a helpful taxi driver and some young girls in a shop we ...
... they want and nobody will eat them. It's illegal due to the main religion (Hindu) here. They hang out in the street, on the sidewalk, wherever they want.
At the refugee camp we asked about the cows in the street. We’re told that foreigners think it’s funny and often take photos (guilty), which the locals in turn think is funny as it’s just normal for them. One day as I snapped a photo of a big brown cow with a flowered ...