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Kavre, Dhulikhel, Nepal | Hotel
 

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Day 6

A travel blog entry by midannwife

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2

... and have got some really good ideas of how they can make changes to their service. We discussed the antenatal clinic yesterday and I said how busy it was, and how frustrating it must be for the doctors not to be able to spend time with those who really need it. Jyoti agreed and said she got irritated sometimes with having to see women with no problems. I suggested that this is where changes could be made immediately and it would seem sensible to let ...

I'm sure there are mountains out there somewhere

A travel blog entry by diberry

2
8

... electric
blankets were on!!!

Dave met an Australian woman who
used to manage the resort. She said that dinner this evening was an
Indian/Nepali buffet but they happily prepared chicken in brandy sauce with
potatoes and vegetables for us. They can’t do enough to help and are really
lovely people. Unfortunately neither of us is feeling much like eating at the
moment, though Dave ate most of his.

And so to bed!

...

Sunday in Nepal

A travel blog entry by bechilton

27

... A lot of men would stand outside their shop with their hand crafted items and try to sell to you as you walk past. There are a lot of mini supermarkets, handmade clothing shops, trinket shops, rugs/shawls/scarf shops, the great outdoors type of shops, cafés..... just to name a few. But to be honest, I was more worried about being run over in the gutter! Let me just also mention the power poles....oh my. There are seriously about ...

Goodbye Nepal, Hello India

A travel blog entry by travelingamanda

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30

... Ram did a terrific job of being managing our expectations - neither promising we were going to make it over or throwing in his cards. He had a great 'wait and see' attitude and patiently kept assessing (and reassessing) the trekking conditions from village to village. We clearly couldn't have done it without him. The last few days of the trek were a little short on walking, but that's because of our opting not to do the second 14,000 trek to the Annapurna Base Camp. We both ...

Pre-trek Talk

A travel blog entry by brynandnate

... by pre-dawn, their water bottles froze. This makes me a little hesitant about using just any sleeping bag. As one fellow traveler said, "If you're not warm, you're not happy. And if you're not happy, what's the point?". I can't argue with that logic at all. We're on an adventure, and there will be sacrifices to make to see Everest, but I sure don't feel up to donating a few toes to the cause. So, the search ...

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