Mixing pleasure with work

They say work without play makes Jack a dull boy.

For many business people, most part of the year is spent strategising, looking at budgets, monitoring on-going projects and planning ahead.

They have little time for the much needed rest.

Not so for business tycoon, Sudhir Ruparelia.

That is why after the hectic probe into Bank of Uganda's closure of seven banks including his, the tycoon decided to take a well-deserved holiday to Nepal.

Photos from the holiday show that Sudhir mixed pleasure with business.

From enjoying the Nepalese cuisine to bike rides, he had it all.

He visited an orphanage in Katmandu, Nepal and handed out scholastic materials.

Given his conservationist roots in Uganda where he supports the likes of Ngamba Chimpanzee sanctuary, Sudhir also visited a baby elephant sanctuary.

Yet the most interesting development was the new style he picked up:  a diamond earring on his left ear.

It left many of his social media followers in awe.


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