Royal Singi Hotel
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... for dinner, most people went off to explore more of Kathmandu and start their shopping. We all shared and enjoyed our second last meal in Nepal in an awesome restaurant called OR2K. We also had our awards ceremony where we all received little awards from Mr Fisher and Marissa for certain achievements throughout the trip. We're now gearing up for our last day left in Nepal and our Secret Santa tomorrow night, keep your eyes and ears peeled peeeps! Goodbye from Shaliah, Talulah and Sophie ...
So the one advantage of travelling is that you only have so much with you that you need to repack to take home. The problem is that anything you buy along the way also has to fit in. Nonetheless, after some shoving and pushing, I managed to get everything in. I met with the representative from Mosaic Adventures to get my refund from not going whitewater ...
... to say something to acknowledge the trip, the other travellers and Sunil. In summary I say something like ; I thought it would be good to say a few words, from me personally 1. The real reason I came on this trip My son Tim who died 12 months ago to use his time and take a walk in his shoes The lesson - if you have the time and the resources - then try do the things you want now - don't wait. 2nd to say that I've thoroughly enjoyed the company of everyone ...
... when one got behind a school bus as with our bike being so wide there was nowhere to pass in all it took us nearly 3 hours,1-2 gear most of the time,however it was absolutely fantastic and I would not have missed it for the world,we feel now to be really out in the bondoo here! Finally arriving at our Hotel at the end of the Universe,we had to carry all our ...
... m pretty sure it was just a long thank you speech. After that kids came around handing us a flower set, hand-made card, hand-made Nepal flags, and drew the red dots on our forehead, just as they had done the first day. It was so sweet because they then announced us each up one by one to give us our certificate of volunteer. All the kids looked up, clapping and smiling as we each handed our certificate and walked off the "stage" waving. The ceremony followed with a ...