- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and a "toilet" as we call it. However we were told not to drink the water from the shower or faucet, of course brushing our teeth and showering is now the scariest thing ever, fearing that we will swallow a drop of water and, well I think you know what could happen... Our showers are cold but to be honest a cold shower is the most amazing thing in the world. This morning we had breakfast in the hotel and were able to meet people from around the world who we'll ...
... should a problem arise, and the managers were able to say that they had an ambulance in the car park outside that would be used for transfers should that be necessary. I also told her that we had written into the protocol that 6 hourly updates should be provided to the labour ward of all women in the birthing centre, so that all staff would be aware of what was happening there. She liked this...I knew she would! She told us that she had spoken to ...
... are taking place so there are many friends and family intimately involved in observing the ritual, but there are also other Hindus visiting the main temple (off limits to non-Hindu visitors) coming and going, passing by this life event while chatting on their smart phone. I note this because we (and many other visitors) are on the opposite side of the river, a respectful distance I hope, quietly watching the scene unfold. It is not considered ...
... song, so I searched for other versions of it on YouTube and came across a version by the band Kutumba. I instantly loved it!
Naturally, I sought out more music by Kutumba and loved their sound. I came to find out that Kutumba was a group of 6 young Nepalese men who were dedicated to preserving Nepalese culture through music. They played on all indigenous instruments and sang only Nepali music. Not only was the music great, but I ...
... I’ve also worked out, that when the lorry in front flashes its right indicator it means that you van
overtake. Which makes indicating, when you actually want to turn right, a bit of a nightmare!!
After about 4 hours we turned off the Prithvi Highway onto the Tribhuvan Highway (“highway” being a barely paved 2-way road winding up the side of a mountain). We passed lots of tiny hamlets on the way where people were sitting ...