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... after the hostel owner came to meet us- lesson learnt don't always rely on google maps to find the place!). Then we headed back to the Fuji Hotel to meet up with our former tour mates. The plan was to visit a small city just outside Kathmandu called Bhaktapur, which was famed for its many temples and its well preserved old layout. For the same reasons why we were unable to visit Lumbini (the strikes by the minorities), the shortage of ...
... could re-enter after passing through customs, so we had to wait for our luggage and just hope that Tatwa would still be there when we got out. Over an hour after waiting for our luggage, we were starting to think it hadn't made it. But we still saw most of the people from our flight, who were all waiting for their luggage as well. Finally we recognized our packs on one of the several moving belts crammed full of luggage. We grabbed our bags and headed ...
... with people camping out in makeshift tents. Briddim, the village 30 min walk from Nagthali had lost most of its structures and people lived in the open under tarps. They did not say anything about deaths or injuries. We continued on to Chilime where we saw most of the houses destroyed and people are all out in the open. We had lunch in Chilime talking to the villagers when the 2nd quake truck (or a strong aftershock) which sent the lady who was ...
... on all night, off at 6am, on at 10, off in afternoons & early evening. It's OK when you get used to it, but a pain sometimes when you want to charge something up quickly. Anyway, it was on, so I went to the computer room & got a passing monk to turn the computer on and connect the printer. Then logged on to Qatar airways and managed to reserve my seats for both flights home, got a window seat to Doha, but a central isle seat ...
... by invasions, so today's stupa is a modern construction. Stupas were originally built to house holy relics. I've been to many that have a tooth or hair of the buddha. This one is thought to contain a bone. Thousands of pilgrims come here each day to circle around the base of the stupa, many turning the prayer wheels which are running around the entire circumference. These are small brass cylinders that spin when you run your hands along them. It's also possible to head up onto ...