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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... with lots of history and photos and interesting furniture. Bobby never made it. We paid in advance - Suzanne borrowing money back from me that she had lent me when I was embarrassed to get my stuff from the safe deposit at the hotel. So we had a delightful tea with cucumber and other sandwiches, butter cookies, scones with jam and cream, hot-cross buns and banana cake. And of course, tea. It was a lot of fun. I hadn't made it to the Botanical Garden as I ...
... the Nepalese Immigration Office, we were surprised to find our immigration forms administered by a rather casually dressed man. The reason for this however, soon became clear; Mr Immigration was actually on a break and would be back 'in 10 minutes.' Familiar with the idea of 'Nepali Time' (which admittedly has some similarities with Jenna Time), we sat down to eat our snacks. At this point it became clear that time was against us. Sunset was ...
... under my arm just as the first line- cutter finished his transaction and wedged himself in front of me before i could do anything.
Four people managed to get ahead of me in line before I perfected a cutter-evasion technique which involved bumping the next would- be line cutter to one side with my hip and shoving my reservation paper through the ticket window before he had time to regain his balance.
... it’s right next to my head and the walls are super thin.’
Indian man, ‘No it is not possible.’ (he said this whilst smirking)
Annabelle, ‘What do you mean?’ (she initially thought he was joking)
Indian man, ‘You’re not in Europe now, this in India’ (in a very obnoxious tone)
Then he walked off mumbling to himself and his wife jumped in saying they were going to ...
... the annual tournament was being held. After lunch we had a 3 hour walk up to the Farm. As we left town Emily was accosted by a drunk local woman, who stuck with her until falling down. In all we covered about 12 miles, dropping over 5,000 feet in altitude from Darjeeling to Pulbazar, and then climbing over 3,000 feet upto Karmi. Karmi Farm was originally known as Karmi Estate, being the home of the Pulger-Frame family, who ...