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... a short layover we will then leave for Kathmandu at 1:55pm and arrive there at 8:05 pm. All total the trip will take about 21 hours.
When we arrive in Kathmandu we will have a driver there to pick us up to take us to the hotel. I have always wanted to see my name on those signs you see as you leave the terminal.
Crystal and I are had a discussion about how much to tip the driver. Wrapping my head around the idea that ...
... the last load (Max included) and hit the road. Are we there yet? Our ETA to Niagara at this point was 2:45 am and in fits of bleary eyed hallucinations on the highway, we considered stopping well before Niagara Falls and continuing the trek in the wee hours of the morning. However, coffee is a miracle drug and around 3:15 am we pulled into The Quality Inn at the Falls and fell into bed. Next stop: Maid of the ...
... feeling really generous maybe some change". Then he paced up and down the subway carriage saying, "spare an apple, spare an orange...... Spare an apple, spare an orange, spare some change". These two occurrences are what you call true entertainment, if I actually had some American currency on me at the time then I would of definitely spared him some changed. I can't be bothered writing anymore but my favourite area was Greenwich Village because of the happy hour specials and it was ...
... the city lights not very visible or spectacular as I would imagine it to be on a summers evening.
President Obama was in town to open the new 9/11 museum the next day so we had the privilege of seeing his car drive by! Seas of people swarmed to see it.
Tonight we went to a Turkish restaurant down the street from our hotel. Mmm best Hommus I have had in a long while! Tomorrow we have a biiiiiiig day of sightseeing.
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... You can walk along and take pictures of the amazing graffiti that pops up on the side of buildings or the streets with yellow taxis and people walking alongside the ever ending huge buildings that continuously line the streets. The pictures of the street really give you a perception of how big the buildings are. Further on, there are wooden chairs with slanted backs giving people the chance to really relax and take a nap if necessary. I decided to park myself on one of these ...
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