Mirabel Resort Hotel Pvt. Ltd.
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Today was spent visiting Prasuti Women's Hospital in the morning and the APS Birthing Centre in the afternoon. It's been a good day! We were met by Sanjana Ma'am at the Prasuti hospital entrance and met with matron Maiya Manandhar for tea before touring the hospital. While equally as busy as the teaching hospital, there seems to be calmer and a more structured, organised feel there. The Public Health focus was very visible, with education sessions ...
... the brow of a hill or a blind corner.
Sometimes Narayan would pull out to overtake the vehicle in front and the car
or lorry behind us would pull out to overtake us at the same time so we were 3
abreast on a 2-way road, facing oncoming traffic. Motorbikes weave in and out
on all sides and there’s absolutely no concessions made for children or animals
at the side of the road. Hair-raising is putting it mildly!! We saw 3 ...
This morning we mercifully had a lie in until around 9, so we were sufficiently well rested for the next four hour leg. Breakfast was the usual fare of porridge or cornflakes followed by cheese omelette and chapatti. Shortly after breakfast we set off on our only leg of the day, climbing an additional 350m upwards until we got to 3930m above sea level. ...
... for plastic cups for serving the women drinks as part of the pampering package. We had a late lunch at a really nice vegetarian restaurant. I had the spaghetti (because I knew what it was!!). Late afternoon we made the 1.5-2hr bus ride (the traffic was CRAZY!) up the mountain to the Scheer Memorial Hospital where we are spending the next two weeks. The Himalayan Horizon Hotel is where we are staying. Had dinner about 9pm after unpacking ...
... what your eating you can keep it under a $1. But I will say one of the best Nepalese meals I had was at a tourist oriented "fancy" Nepalese restaurant. And while I felt like I was paying an outrageous price and I was getting a little screwed, they had traditional music and dancing, free raki (a local liquor/wine), a free appetizer, and a large entree, for the exorbitant price of $6.50. So, all in all, good choice Jill. I don't recommend spending more than 3 days in Kathmandu. It ...