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5 November 2010

Visiting Bardia

Bardia National Park is a seldom-visited wilderness in the West of Nepal, said to be the best place to see tigers. We were on the lookout for otters however…


2 Responses to “Visiting Bardia”

  1. Martin Brock says:

    F@!*ing Oxford Street at Christmas!

    Hi Matt and Maureen,

    Just a very brief note to thank you both for my Birthday presents. Shirt fits very well indeed. You did very well to find a Next store in Nepal, I was extremely impressed. I’ll be making my way gradually through the mammoth bottle of Bombay Sapphire at Christmas with Geoff!

    I was spoilt with a surprise lunch at Petrus for the five of us (the surprise being that Hels actually managed to keep something a secret) and went to see Les Miserables at the Queens Theatre for the evening. Very nice.

    Your blog is filling up nicely and looking very professional with some amazing pics. Looks like you are both having a ball (arse-wrecking bus journeys aside). Hels sends her love and we’ll both miss Otter and Cod at Christmas :-)

    Take care and stay in touch.

    Martin and Hels (aka ‘Poops’ and ‘Trumps’)

    • shortclaws says:

      Don’t be silly, there’s no “Next” in Nepal. We picked up the shirt in the Antananarivo branch, it just took a while in the post. Glad you like!

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