The Dwarika'S Resort-Dhulikhel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... was deemed safe, we caught a bus back. It was on the journey into the Kathmandu valley that the real level of chaos became apparent. We saw buildings leaning on their sides, roofs that had collapsed, and bricks absolutely everywhere. As with most natural disasters, tragically it's the poorest people who suffer the most, and the Nepal earthquake is no exception. The old Newari houses and those made out of brick and mud have not stood up to the tremors ...
... along the river to the already prepared wooden pyres. When they are laid on the pyre, firstly, a flame ignites a preparation placed in the mouth. The flaming torch is then placed under the wooden pyre to set it alight. The body is then covered with more wood and plenty straw and left to burn to ashes. Very moving. We met a lovely couple from Canada at breakfast, Tom and his wife Denise. We all just clicked and though we only spent a few hours together, felt as if we had known them all our ...
Another early morning wake up to get to the airport for our morning flight over Mount Everest but sadly it was too hazy due to pollution. Better luck tomorrow! We got dropped off at the Himalayan java coffee shop (an excellent chain here)to have a consolation blueberry smoothie and Nepali coffee.Duly fortified we set off for a walk through the old part of Kathmandu. Narrow streets with shops and interesting woodwork decoration on the ...
... He took to Noah and was playing bow and arrow with him.
Later the staff said the children could do some gardening with them. They guided them so gently and lovingly. Noah with a pick needs to be watched.
Another lovely traveller, Adrian came before lunch. He is British and a student of Buddhism.
We chatted about ...
... or a cancellation.
At the airport we went to the domestic terminal which is under construction and were escorted through two security checks. We then hunkered down for an indeterminate amount of time in the lounge with a cafe and a couple of gift shops (our flight is supposed to be at 7:00). Bill was pacing around like a caged animal while I plunked away at the keyboard to keep up-to-date on the blog.
They sent up a flight to check the ...