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... traditional ceremony where they were preparing to cremate a person who has passed. Ella k was also invited to have photos with some high school girls. At the the Bodhnath stupa all the girls ( Michaela, Monique, Alicia and both Ella's) were blessed by a Buddhist monk which was quite incredible. They were taken to a small pray room and then the items we bought like pray flags were blessed by the monks using incense, rice, holy water as they prayed to ...
... and it is noisy outside. I had a shower and headed out, bit daunting at first but I found a place to eat costing 300 rupees for dhal bhaat which was very yummy and they refill the lentils or curry until you are full.
I slept for 10 hours and got up at 10am and I just put some shorts on and went to the rooftop for food, I met James there who gave me lots of trekking tips, on what to take. And its not a lot.. just a day bag so ...
... as home is where God is. This is the same reason Menuka or Seema couldn't come on the "ladies" day trip to the temples. There are so many rules, special dates and festivals here. Always something to celebrate or look forward to.
Eating up in the restaurant has meant being in the main village after dark, where we have been able to experience the "nightlife" of changunarayan... Basically in a small wooden hut is three or four guys playing music on the ...
... a great few days, it really feels like I've been on a mini holiday with my new family and now we have returned to our home. I haven't worked out yet how far we walked, but our highest point was just under 3000m, a small hill by Nepal standards...
On the first day we walked up to the Shivapuri National Park, which we then walked in for the next few days, we stayed in a guest house in Mulkharka where I discovered that most guest houses have very very hard beds ...
... because of the density of the traffic or because I was boxed in by motorbikes. Once out of the city I was climbing into the mountains to a height of 2000 metres on a pleasant narrow winding road. The township of Nargarkot comprises a few little shops, a closed tourist information centre and lots of cafés, restaurants and hotels taking advantage of the views north to the Himalaya ...