They also put on some entertainment in the form of a woman who played a wooden xylophone for an hour, followed by a puppet show which is a big thing over here and was interesting at bits!
There was an Ooredoo shop not far from the hotel which is the network provider, so the next morning we went to see if they could fix it. After some time, the young girl and another boy in the shop were also struggling to get it to work. The SIM worked in another phone fine, and other SIMs also didn't work in Sadie's phone, so we put it down to her One Plus 5 settings.
The girl gave us an address of a mobile sales/repair place to take it to, so off we trundled across the other side of town to find it.
After a quick discussion with one of the young girls in the shop, a boy took us swiftly away to an older man who started to play with the phone. He soon found the issue and it turned out to be a setting for Chrome that Sadie had switched off to save data whilst on mobile data in the UK!
We ordered a couple of main meals and along with that came around 7 or 8 side dishes, some of which we have no idea what they were, but all tasted lovely and we ate as much as we could till we were stuffed.
Our driver dropped us off at the supermarket round the corner from the hotel, and we were pleasantly surprised at the size and range of products there and we managed to get all we needed. Much different to the supermarkets in Nepal we went to!