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... We learnt later that this is a custom to do after drinking and doing regrettable things.
There were some shops near the stupa. One of them, closest to the actual stupa had large quantities of gin for sale. It got me thinking how often sacred places and intoxication go together. Later at the stupa, there was a sign saying that in ...
... our side. We would stop and rest and then continued up the mountain.
As we got to the top there was another little village and I was walking ahead by myself for a bit. I have rarely felt such peace. I had the sense of acceptance there, like people weren't rejecting their lives.
... but then just wandered down the street. After that we hiked back up the hill to Khandadevi and went to look at the Hindu temple. The temple is dedicated to the goddess Khanda Devi and was discovered in 1458. They sacrifice animals here daily but that wasn't something I wanted to watch. I can't say I've learned much about the indigenous people at all. I did however, play with a cute baby at the home stay. Maybe there will be more to see and learn ...
As we embarked on one of the longest legs of our journey from Ouarzazate to Kathmandu (over 24 hours in total), we were all feeling tired and crummy. "Morocco's Revenge" (food poisoning) had taken its toll on our family the night before, and none of us had gotten any sleep; not to mention that our first flight left at 6am. We are still not sure what we ate in the desert camp to make us all sick, but I certainly hope we don't have to go through that again anytime soon. ...
... PM. Of course we didn't even board until close to this time and it was about 12:40 before we took off. Luckily I was sitting close to the front of economy so as soon as we landed I ran to the baggage carousels. The plane parked at the furthest possible point from the baggage and this was no small airport. Carrying my back pack and another bag, it was definitely some good exercise. I lucked out and my large back pack was third off the conveyor. I then had to run with that ...