Niva Niwa Lodge
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... extravaganza! We thoroughly enjoyed it! City shops selling everything from clothes. pots, pans, signs, sweets and food and fresh vegetables faded into lush green rice fields, like stairs cut into the hills. Windy roads, full of pit holes jarred and jolted us from side to side, and the engine of the ancient little bus whined and begged for mercy on the long hill stretches.
After bus no 2 we came to the village where the temple is, it was a village full of ...
... doctor. She told me she would do that too but instead of referring to the doctor she would cannulate, give antibiotics, give diazepam to sedate the woman and perform a manual removal. She described the procedure perfectly, and would only get the doctor if the os was closed, or she felt it was an accreta...all this on only 18 weeks training and perhaps another 8 weeks skilled birth attendants course, and she worked in a teaching hospital where there were ...
... have had to go through security again. Still, after about an hour and with about 6 left until my flight, I decided that it was worth it, so I went over to the lounge area and purchased a 4 hour pass to the Al Reem Lounge. An indulgence, to be certain, but one I felt I had earned.
The lounge was wonderful! Very large, free food (a huge breakfast buffet), free drinks, shower facilities. It really was wonderful, except for the guy snoring so loudly that I heard him from ...
... round the hotel and then had a meal in the garden. Much to Dave's delight there was a full Western menu and, as we discovered, all the clientele are European of various sorts. Dave thoroughly enjoyed a huge bottle of lager. That plus my water and 2 meals came to less than £10!!
We had a pretty early night after our long journey and both slept well despite much barking from all the stray dogs ...
... and in every shop there is a real sense on community as everyone is in preparation for a similar goal, the buzz was electrifying. We didn't do much sight seeing but on recommendation went to Monkey temple which was amazing.
Our first goal on arrival was to decide on a company to book with and after alot of research and shopping around we decided on Nepal Hiking team. Straight away they were the most professional, ...