Hotel Kathmandu Garden Pvt.Ltd
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dogs (everywhere)? Yes, fearful of them. Haggling, hustling, demanding, street vendors? Yea, afraid of their intentions. Traveling here, it makes sense to have your guard up, to protect your individual ways, beliefs, and ideas. But that doesn't mean it isn't important to expose yourself to learning about what is different. Understanding, I think, underlies harmony.
Ok, off my soapbox and back to my list.
it's monsoon ...
... we worked on our murals! However, I'm going to keep what we're doing a secret, until it's finally finished! Cassidy, Isabelle, Grace, and I claimed one of the rooms to work on. After a long 3 hours we walked to lunch, enjoying another classic Nepali lunch. Most of us scarfed ours down, except for Cassidy who is never thrilled by the lunch choices.
Luckily, we had the afternoon off at the school to spend playing various games ...
... and waiting, but again I quietly said it was not necessary. Suchana started to bear down with expulsive contractions, her waters ruptured soon after and she proceeded to deliver the head. Beena was keen to check for the cord but I gently kept her hands away and we watched the head restitute naturally, something which I am sure amazed all those present, they couldn't believe it happened on its own! The shoulders and body were born with the next contraction and I ...
... electricity so unable to use straighteners either. Needless to say, she was very polite, and I was soon able to forget being vain, after all it's not as if anyone I know will see me! Let me know if you really want to see how frightful it really is! Anyway, after a very light breakfast and a litre of water....(I'll ensure I never run out again), I felt better and we set off with Bimala to the teaching hospital. I've not taken any photos yet, so you will have to wait ...
... about four or five times and walked around the roof another two or three. I ate momo at a rooftop restaurant where I enjoyed some glorious views of the surrounding mountains. I would have stayed longer, but I had other things to do.
I reluctantly left the protective walls of the stupa and re-entered the hectic world of the streets of Kathmandu. I had heard there was a free museum located within the walls of the Hyatt Regency Kathmandu, which ...