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... hill), and was just in time to order a pot of coffee befor the restaurant shut at 9.30. After this I had a shower, washed my clothes and had a kip.
Poor Nepal is trapped between India with all its cultural influences, and China with its imperial tendencies. Read in the paper yesterday (the 2nd paper I've read, 1st was on the bus from Bardia) that the Chinese may be building a railway to Nepal, possibly through a tunnel under Everest, although this is just a ...
... or farmers with lots of buffalos, cows, sheep, goats, and chickens everywhere. Trekking in lnagtang was touristy and sometimes expensive (I almost ran out of money, but luckily my guide new everyone and I never paid for my room) but had abouslty spectacular scenery and landscape. At times during trekking, I was surrounded by pine trees and felt like I was back in Canada. All in all it was a great experience and I couldn't have left Nepal without doing it. Then I came back to ...
... at us, a white man, extremely tall and large with big blue eyes looking like he wanted to smile but hasnt done so in a few years so is not sure how it will go, a beaming short Asian man and a plump medium height Nepalese man smiling and nodding as if he knew something we didnt. Who needs movies with such a vivid and strong story line just produced by life!
Got a start on some packing and then into bed. Snooooze..
... who had stayed at the monastery last night. An American man who seemed like a teacher of some kind, maybe a meditation teacher, with a really big energy. Made me think of how one can really occupy space. It felt like he was standing in a full circumference of himself. I enjoyed being around him. A local guide, Binod was with him. A delightful and funny ...
... the Hindu gods and unless the stupas have the eyes painted on them I don't always know what I'm looking at. At one of the smaller temple square areas a group of men were roasting a mostly whole pig. The head was being roasted separately. At least I thing you consider it roasting when using flame throwers...? They were these gas powered torch things and the guys had two they were running along the pig. I bet if more religious ceremonies included flame thrower ...