Hotel Thamel Lily & La Thamel brasserie

Z Street, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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A day at MIDSON

A travel blog entry by midannwife


... many people as possible to review new forms before they are put into practice. We then had a debate about 4 hourly pv assessments. Michelle and I tried to convince her that a different ethos is needed on the birthing unit, and these may not be needed as the midwife will be able to use other skills to assess the stage of labour. She was not convinced, then went on to say that it would be impossible for the midwife to listen to the fetal heart every 15 minutes; every ...

Surprised once again...

A travel blog entry by maestrojfk


... After all, we can't know what we don't know until we know it. And the quantity of what each of us doesn't know is astounding!

I don't think it is possible to know everything and I don't think I would want to know someone who did. I also don't think there is anything wrong with building your idea of the world around you based upon your experiences and observations. I do think, however, that not being open to the idea that you may be wrong and not being open ...

After three long years...

A travel blog entry by maestrojfk


... more time to talk with Arun. Still, nobody was there and it looked particularly un-ready, so I looked at the posters they had hanging around the restaurant. All of them said 3 onward. Then I went to Facebook and the poster on Kutumba's website said 3 onward. For some reason, I read the comments to the poster and I saw that someone had asked what time it began and the restaurant had responded that it began at 6.

After removing my face from my palm, I sat ...

Sacred Sites and Religious Thoughts

A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011


... point of power in Nepal. Nicknamed the 'Monkey Temple', it has become home to many exiled Tibetans since the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1959. Daily, they circle the hill clockwise and line up to spin the gigantic prayer wheel. The dome is whitewashed in colour, symbolizing the womb of creation. Statues of Buddha in different guises are located at key points around the stupa and these are offset by their female counterparts. Myth has it that it ...

The Catch Up

A travel blog entry by bechilton


... was awesome to see what goes on. It may look hectic with a lot of people in there but everyone has their own job to do. Curiosity got the better of me when a new patient came in and I watched the nurse put in the anaesthetic then the epidural. I saw spinal fluid (and a little blood)! To be honest, I cringed a few times when the needles were going in. I was given a chair to sit on just in case lol. Because of the limited time in the day to operate (the doctors returned around ...


This hotel, located on Z Street, Kathmandu, is near Mountain Monarch Adventures, Annapurna Mountain Range, Mount Everest, and Foksundo Lake.
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