Shivapuri Heights Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... desk. This done, with minimal queuing, we headed into the baggage collection area. The board never said which carousel our luggage was on but we eventually found it, had our luggage tags checked by a security chap, and were set free into the hoardes of touts trying to sell us massively overpriced taxis.
We looked for a working cashpoint and failed, so had to head back into the airport to change some US dollars to Nepalese rupees at a ...
... faces of fellow passengers at the desk, and then bumped into the doctor and the guy that I sat with on the plane. She is lovely, so we went off in search of the Malaysian office together. At the airport last night I met a group of kiwis that are also waiting on their bags from KL, from 12 hrs before my flight, and bugger me if I don't end up pulling up a seat with Kevin this morning for breakfast at the hotel, and then finding three of them at the Malaysia Airlines Office (I ...
... it back to the Indian Embassy without any accidents. The queue system had deteriorated even more since last time, so we did what everyone else did and wriggled towards the front. This time we got numbers 11 and 12. Once at the counter, it only took a minute to hand over our passports and be told that our visa started from now – we had been approved. Yay. We had to go back one more time the following evening to pick up our passports with the ...
... some toys away to the kids who live in the accommodation where we stayed. They had never seen a yoyo before and were amazed by it. They hadn't seen the bubble mix before and thought it hilarious. We saw the school and hospital that Sir Edmund Hillary started before walking to Namche Bazar where we had our amazing bakery experience! Not only that, they made a fantastic vegetarian pizza for lunch! The walk was a very ...
... plodded. Surprisingly we still encountered several donkey trains. This was very tough going for them.
We left the Langtang valley to climb up to Thulo Syabru which is perched on a ridge that is perpendicular to the valley. We had lunch at the guest house and did some washing. We also have a warm shower but its pretty hard drying off with my microscopic towel.
I mooched around the ...