Soni Villa Hotel
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... The airplane takes off around 14:00. Normally the flying time 1,5h lasts. My seat is direct beside the window, on the left side. Therefore I have a grandiose prospect on the Himalaya mountains. When we are short before the landing, the airplane TURNS suddenly and flies a large loop. The reason for this is unknown to us. After the fourth loop there is an announcement. The pilot means that it is momentarily not possible in Nepal to land, since too much traffic at ...
... firecrackers, notorious for their polluting effect, had been banned from sale.
I settled into my comfortable room here, showered (after waiting for the hot water geyser in the bathroom to warm up), had a wee dram of Teachers, and slept well.
This morning I had a late breakfast of bananas and papaya (well peeled), yogurt, chapattis with hot pickle, and tea. I'll have lunch here and then Mr. Om will pick me up for a afternoon of sightseeing in Delirious ...
... and ticked all the boxes. We had a quick nap and decided to brave the outside world. After three hundred yards and an overly keen rickshaw driver later, we turned back to our hotel and set out a new plan. The lovely man in reception took us under his wing and walked us to jhadewalan metro station. He helped us out with our ticket, having not yet got used to the currency, and watched us go through security where our backpacks and uncoordinated outfits made sure that we ...
My mother asked me that months ago. When I repeated the question to Ashwin, he just laughed. I didn't know what that laugh meant. We would have thought a white horse was impressive, but there was SO much more.
Try two white horses, pulling an all-silver carriage, with a sunburst backing, covered with lights.
And 50-60 people from the groom's family dancing in front of the horses and carriage.
And an ...
... kids are a lot of fun to do that with. It started raining pretty hard, so we decided to head back.
In a particularly strong gust of rain, we stopped by a Julabi seller. Julabi is an Indian sweet that Andrew and I used to eat all the time. Yesterday I found that just eating half of one was so sweet I couldn’t even finish it! But it was still delicious and brought back good memories.
I decided I was jealous of the necklace Elena bought, so we went back ...