Royal Astoria Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it is not the same happy go lucky getting on group of a month ago. There are niggles between certain people in the group, and niggles between certain members of the group and the crew. I have this feeling that we are hanging together on a knife edge and there could be only one small thing and the group would fall apart, at the moment people are holding their tongues, for the sake of the group, but as this then puts them in a bad mood, or just means that there is a lot ...
... We went to a spice and tea shop. We were told by the owners who are tea growers that there is no such thing as decaf tea.. The only tea that may be lighter in caffeine is white tea.. This was a bit of an eye opener for the ladies who purchase decaf tea. Last night we has a great deal of fun trying to learn belly dancing , Punjab dancing, Bollywood and Gunag,,,I think the people who run the dance academy were quite shocked when we walked in ...
... picture of the world on google. I guess you could say its not awful. Our final drawing was arms, holding hands with the word friendship and our town name along with our initials below. We, as some may call it, "left our mark." The kids were in class during the time we were there so not much action happened, besides the waves of tiny hands hanging outside the classroom windows.
At lunchtime we headed out to our last meal at the ...
... but nothing in it. She said she would look into it. We had drinks and biscuits, then went to the antenatal clinic. We had asked to spend some time in the antenatal clinic to gauge how much information the women have about the services available. I don't think anything could have prepared us for what we saw. There seemed to be around 100 women waiting to be seen in the clinic, there was one consultant and 2 medical students seeing the women. There ...
... that were almost more like couches on either side of low tables.
The band was comprised entirely of Nepali young men and they were playing entirely American music. I looked at the menu and the only Irish dish they had was Shepard's Pie. Representing the same general geographic region, they also had bangers and mash, but nothing else Irish. Everything else was typical of any Nepali restaurant. I ordered the Shepard's Pie.
When it was delivered, it was ...