Chamiers Park Hotel
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... best places on earth to buy warm, comfy clothes, be it for climbing the highest of Himalayas or just some hippy styled yak woolen hoodies for the confines of a living room, we weren't frozen for long.
While walking through the narrow lanes of downtown Thamel, in search of memories and points of remembrance from our previous visits here, some of those memories came back in the form of them dreaded allergies for Belinda.
Yet soon ...
... into, or underneath these tents… which we were supposed to be putting away. We went back t the cottage then called Rom who came straight over… Fearful for the sight we would be confronted with, we stood well back. Rom lifted each tent from the pile one by one… he got to the last one and exposed… nothing! There we no sign of any termites! It was like something from a horror movie, where the characters are losing their marbles. He’d come all the ...
... you can take a bite of the bread, rolled up, and then a spoonful of sauce and chew together. I've just read the last paragraph. I can't believe I wrote that. Anyway, Jayanthi's homemade chapattis and chickpeas was delicious and she said that she would make it again. No need to bring in the cheese rolls from the hotel breakfast buffet anymore. The hotel provides a car and driver to take us to the office and back. Into work I share a ...
... to purchase a new radio we had Badam Milk for the first time. I also asked him about some of the unique veggies being sold by a really nice woman next to his radio installation place. He described some of the veggies for sale in association with the ailments they are eaten to cure. For example there was a long-bean like veggie that is eaten to boost your sexual drive, another one is eaten by those who have problems with diabetes. Next ...
... how their children’s behaviour had improved and they were doing better at school. Parents in these areas will generally be uneducated so it is quite nerve racking for them to get involved in conversations about education, however, the programme includes home visits and encourages parents to be supportive. One of the mothers is doing a tailoring course at the centre during the day and was very positive about getting a ...