The Pines Hotel
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... a good start! It's brewed locally too which is cool. I had a delicious starter of king prawns with butter garlic and herbs, then had a main of a veal sirloin. The veal is sourced from local farms, and was amazing! Don't think all my food will consist of such nice meals, but I thought I'd live it up while LIC were paying! Was too full to order any dessert, but the sticky toffee pud would have been my ...
Walking boots – work pair & New pair, Strong torch light – Hand held and Head torch, Extra batteries, First aid Kit – Big one and small one, Sun cream- factor 50, Sunglasses, Clothes suitable for walking – Walking trousers
Insect repellent and bite cream – DEET 50, Warm jacket, warm hat, gloves, warm socks, warm clothes to sleep ...
Our reward for the alarm going off at 5am this morning was the amazing trolley of breakfast we'd ordered on room service because the restaurant didn't open until 6am and as breakfast was included in the room we had to make the most of it! Fed and watered we were back in a taxi and riding the now familiar 45 min route to the airport. The rest of the day was spent sitting down- waiting in the airport lounge, flying ...
Got a call from VSO asking if I would mind switching projects from Baglung to Lamjung, they're similar projects the main difference being that we'll be the second group in the community not the first. Here are some of the detail:
Introduction to the community
Lamjung is a hilly district located in Gandaki zone of Western Development Region (WDR) of Nepal. It is bounded by four districts: Manang on the north, Gorkha on the east, Tanahu on the south ...
... look a little flashy; Bunting, Balloons, posters, a couple of big prizes, lollies, stickers and money buckets.
On the day two of my Mum's friends kindly offered to help out and she and Dad set the stall up ready to go. With in 3 hours I had a text saying she'd made £100!
By the end of the day all the cakes were sold and plenty of prizes were won, making a total of £273, thus reaching my £800 target.