Hotel Country Villa
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... a brilliant help and technical director, using his engineering knowledge and experience to the full. He was often found on the roof, laying concrete or in charge of the laser level. This was far too technical for mere mortals, so I sloped off to sort out the educational resources that many generous donors have sent. As most of the schools that FSH support have been destroyed, they are in temporary buildings so don't have anywhere to store them.
Waking up at Gosaikunda Lakes at 14,000 feet I wasn't sure if I was hearing things or experience acute mountain sickness as I heard the shouts of a Indian man yelling your crazy get me out of here apparently the lodge owner had padlock him in the room as he was trying to pass fake ...
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 ...
... Hindu temples in Durbar Square in the ancient capital of Bhaktapur, the Buddhist stupa in Bodhnath and the cremation site at Pashupati on the Balmiti River. Each site was crowded with mostly local people dressed in colorful clothing. We were surprised at how warmly dressed (puffy coats, jackets) many wore as we were all in short sleeves. There were also many vendors who wanted to sell you treasures at "very good, cheap prices". ...
... be well received. I took one more wander down a few of the streets as I went to get lunch. It will definitely be a change going back to Canada with the wide streets and sidewalks and lack of congestion that is so often evident throughout Kathmandu. I'm looking forward to the quietness of the countryside where my parents live, with no roosters to wake me ...