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Tag Archives: Kathmandu
I say goodbye to my fellow travellers of the past three weeks, and the hotel calls a taxi for me which takes me to Patan Hospital for R300. Patan city does not have the character of Kathmandu or the serenity … Continue reading
13th April, 2002. We have an early start and there is a spirit of expectancy among the group as, illnesses forgotten, we gather for a ride to the airport. After a lengthy check-in at the Buddha Air desk we wait impatiently for … Continue reading
I am not looking forward to today as I dislike cities, and the sights of Kathmandu are on the agenda, but the time goes by surprisingly quickly. Our Nepali guide, who tells and re-tells everything in different words, supplies us … Continue reading
A bone-shaking bus ride takes us from Chitwan, north to the Gorkha Hill Resort, then a swift afternoon thunderstorm clears the air. We are greeted the following morning by beautiful mountain views (too far away for my modest camera). We … Continue reading
We learn at supper briefing in our Kathmandu Hotel that a strike has been called for four days, when no vehicles will be allowed on the roads. The Maoists are threatening the government. So our itinerary is changed, and we … Continue reading