Bhadgaon Guest House
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... other fellow wasn't a guide but in fact the accommodation Gardener. They led us down to the river and barely a word was spoken between the eight of us. Eventually Anna and I were approached by an Argentinian fellow who spoke of the craziness of the expedition and outlined the numerous dangers. I understood his point, but wondered why he decided to pay money and enter the lairs of these fearsome creatures, for he seemed angry and upset by ...
... choice. Tasted like beef to me. On that note, there are a lot of cows just roaming around the streets, hence, a lot of cow ****. Do you suppose that's where we got the phrase, Holy ****? We then went back to Thamel to do some more shopping and get free wifi at Himalayan Coffee. Apparently they're the Starbucks of Nepal. Bought a tunic shirt and some gifts for the kids, and went back to the hotel. Got a massage and retired early. I'll leave you with a few street scenes of the ...
... So using guesswork and oil instead of butter, I produced 9 decent looking patties, which of course almost instantly fell apart as soon as I touched them when they were being cooked... One burnt pretty badly, and I think in the end only two made it out looking vaguely like welshcakes. The welsh-crumbs as I've now renamed them actually tasted OK, bar the burnt one of course, though I can't see them being added to the menu anytime soon.
I didn't help much ...
... country's GDP. These include the ones from the Ghurkas who are recruited for the Indian and English armies: This ethnic group has a reputation of fearless military prowess: you would not say by looking at Chitra’s face but his father and grandfather had been serving the English army!
Kathmandu is total chaos. Today we walked down the “street” where the government is ...
... to be easy, my heart was thumping loudly in my chest, but when I turned round to wait for Michelle, she didn't look good. She was breathing heavily and was very red in the face, our guide said it would get easier and that we could go slowly. I asked Michelle if she was ok to carry on, and she said she would be fine but was glad she had brought her inhaler! Oops...I hadn't realised she was asthmatic! Anyway, it did get easier as the ground levelled off and we had ...