Green Tara Hotel
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Wow! Time sure flies when you're having fun and making amazing memories! My wifi has been unable to support this blog but I shall try again :) have power tonight and good wifi. About 2 weeks have already passed since we fled to that real hotel for the weekend....and it was sheer bliss! For the weekend that we stayed in the princess hotel, we had 2 showers a day and relished in the soft clean beds. Oooooo and there were towels and power and hot ...
... loaded up with plants on their backs were running through the town getting soaked. My whole day revolves around meal times. And soon 7pm rolled around - dinner time! I had done nothing for the rest of the afternoon, hardly able to move. For dinner, I had dal bhat again, it was so good at lunchtime and I'm not sick of it yet!! It was someone's birthday so we all had some cake too (so no need to be ordering fried bananas again...!). I made it to bed about 9pm. Loving these early ...
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... etwas sehr besonderes und sie können davon nicht genug bekommen.
Nach der 'Fress Orgie' findet eine Art Zeremonie statt. Nachdem die Geschenke an das Brautpaar übergeben worden sind, bekommen die beiden von jedem roten Reis auf die Stirn -als Zeichen von Glück- geschmiert. Die Schicht wird immer dicker. Große Tropfen fallen den beiden von der Stirn. Wieder etwas Neues, das ich erleben darf.
Lea hat ihren Kindern einen großen Flatscreen ...
... all sat around laughing and talking a mixture of English and Nepali (not me of course). At a certain moment, Archana said it was time to "cut the cake" so we all made our way down to the kitchen on the ground level, where things started to become even more interesting. They began with what is called the tika ceremony. Grandma played the lead role, mixing red rose petals into a saucer of raw rice, mixing some liquid into the brilliantly red tika powder to make a paste, and lighting ...