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... the deceased politician arrived.Last night in the restaurant of my hotel was held a party for the wedding of a cute couple and relatives, only males who had brought with them bottles of whiskey that they offered me. So after about two months I drank a bit of alcohol, mixed with hot tea, like a punch to get warm as here there is no heating.Last night in bed I had a heavy quilt, another pool of the hotel and my two and I was almost ...
... of a pork one but bacon. Why the hell had I not found this place earlier. Anyway then we had to go and find a jeep which was easy however they will not leave until its full so then we had to sit and wait for it to fill. Our last passenger had his bag ontop but then refused to get in. The driver came and spoke to the lady up front and she was shaking her head and he was saying to get his bag back. By this point we were a bit worried about time and wanted to go. It soon became ...
... small chocolates. The way shop doubled as bar and restaurant was, like the house and the scenery, a reminder of our time in South-West Ireland. We had decided that we should cook one night. Although the vast majority of our meals at home were of the distinctly un-vegan variety, we had decided that one night we should do the cooking, and so informed both Deepak and Samyog of out intention to do this on Thursday, after our visit to the market at Ilam. Something, however, got lost ...
Our last night in Darjeeling we decided to hang out at one of the local watering holes, Joeys Pub. Now as we are regular frequenters of drinking establishments we know the best place to start chatting to others is to sit at the bar. So we did just that. The first guy to show up was from Ireland, traveling by himself, had made a friend from Italy who was sitting next to him and he told us he ...
... 8217; Nepal. I was with my friend Mike, and in our stay in town we saw no other foreigners. The busy market place in town and the surrounding neighborhood kept us entertained enough, and we struck up conversation and friendship with a local kid, who was eager to show us around his home town. Perhaps the greatest change from my almost previous 3 months in Nepal was the HEAT. The Himalaya had been cold, Kathmandu had been cool, and the low-lying east Terai were HOT! I ...