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... outcome for them and their family’s it’s going to take Nepal years to recover from this disaster the resilient people of Nepal will overcome with help from from others the new government needs all the help this improvised nation can get.
With the first major earthquake to hit central Nepal since 1934 years measuring a ...
This morning we woke early, grabbed some breakfast and headed up the mountain to Swayambhuth (the monkey temple). We climbed a multitude of stairs until we reached the very top. It was much more impressive than Durbar Square yesterday. The main chowk was what we came to see, we had a little walk around and had no idea there was another large area down the back. With thunder threatening close by we thought we should make it a quick look. On the way down ...
... On a butcher bar are appropriate for feet of a dog. In India and/or. Nepal it simply never boring and one discovered always something new.
It already is after 19:00, when I reach Boudanath. Beautifully slowly I get stress, since I wanted to be actually punctual with dinner in the home. But I have luck, owing to Nepalese on-time departure performance come I nevertheless still in time to more dinner, since they did not begin yet. Briefly after I reach ROKPA, ...
... was asleep as soon as my head the pillow. This morning it's raining heavily with big thunderstorms and lightning - all very atmospheric in the heart of ancient Kathmandu. It is little changed from when I first visited here 30 years ago except for a few more boutique hotels, coffee shops and cars. It has an almost medieval feel to it ...
... for the airport to and leave Kathmandu at 2.55 to fly to Singapore, then we leave Singapore at 12.15 am Monday to fly to Sydney, finally arriving in Dubbo Monday arvo, probably looking like something the cat dragged in. So it's Namaste from Kathmandu for the last time. There will be a few final entries and a sum up with my hints for travelling in India and Nepal, not that they'll help anybody much but maybe somebody will get something out of ...