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... ringing gently as they cart bricks, mortar, sacks of grain or whatever else around the mountains on the tracks they have used for centuries. The main mode of transport is on foot for animals and humans alike. We climbed up and down and up and down for six days, along country lanes and thousands of steps. . Ross calculated that In six days we had trod close to 300,000. These treks are not for sissies, and our ...
Trying to use up a couple of Rial that were left on my card I made a few calls and went onto the plane to Doha in Qatar. There I found myself sitting next to a Nepali who was taking the same route as me to Kathmandu. He gave me a bit of advice and after only an hour and 20 minutes we already arrived at the brand new Doha Airport which only opened in April this year.
My stopover of 1 hour was not enough to go around ...
... of outside like Sydney and Taylor's place. The Kingdom Hall is across the street from mindys apt . It's really cool because we can hear them singing kingdom melodies. Mindy and I drank tea and chatted about how we ended up in Nepal. Then off to bed. I woke up with some terrible stomach pains which will probably be the first of many. Mom... The noise at night hasn't really bothered me because usually my days have been so busy I sleep ...
... to find our way into the Thamel district we met a young man who asked if he could walk alongside us and chat as he was trying to improve his English. He is a tongla artist . This artists make mandalas with different stories that depict a philosophy or storyline. They can take up to 4 months to complete and are truly works of art. He also turned out to be a great tour guide taking us into hidden alleyways and courtyards filled with stupas and temples that we ...
... collection of blue paint on my skin. Isabelle and I worked for a little on the front gate until we heard little giggles and looked behind the gate to see two little girls, that looked about the age of 10, staring at us and smiling. Immediately one girl, who I didn't recognize, got so excited and said "IS YOUR NAME EMMA?!" Seriously I didn't recognize her at all. I was amazed that she knew my name and then asked why she wasn't in school. Puzzled by my ...