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... toes totally as there was no blistering or anything but I had somewhat frozen them a bit. Therefore, I'm supposed to soak them morning and night and apply this cream that he gave me. He said not to worry about my vital readings as I was in good health. Thus after only about a half hour and about $70 Canadian for the consultation and cream, I walked out of there. How many clinics ...
... the dogs so much at night. Either I'm sleeping better or my ear plugs are working.....maybe a bit of both? I've not really interacted much with anyone beyond the usual pleasantries. I came across my neighbour doing tai chi on the landing yesterday. I tried to creep past without disturbing him but he assured me it was fine and we spoke briefly. He's an older gentleman who has been coming to Nepal since 1989 so he's seen a few changes! I feel much more confident ...
... as they all laughed at me whenever I tried to do dance. The girl also grabbed my cheek a lot and said "you are beautiful" as it is something they learn to say in school, I mean probably my fantastic good looks as well. We then left the school and headed to the hotel where we got ready for dinner-no the paint did not come off- and headed out to a cultural dinner. We were served a series of appetizers including potatoes, momos, soups, and then the main ...
... items in Thamel as energy snack bars are understood to be the lifesavers in between teahouses on the trek. So I bought a few. Not really..hahaha...I bought like 3 bags of dozen bars enough to take me to Mount Everest! That was the Singaporean in me coming out.
I am really unsure if my trek will be a success but tomorrow will be the start of my 3 weeks feet and quad destroyer workout. Nervous? Yes. But time for ...
... different, and you don't really get a feel for everyday life.
But then I began thinking about my recent studies on identity. People often talk about the metaphorical masks they wear. False personas we put on to hide the real us from others. Aspects of our personality that we hide to draw attention away from them or aspects of our personality that are completely artificial to portray an image of what we want people to see, rather than what we really are.