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... After breakfast I returned to my room & managed a few more hours sleep! Must have needed it I guess, a good job I don't have any more long bus journeys, think yesterdays will do for this visit....
Worked out my finances & think I have enough to rent a Royal Endfield for a few days. Am near the ring road which is a 4 lane nightmare, but the places I want to visit should be easy enough once I leave the ring road, as the roads I plan to travel are not main ones, ...
... longed to dig beneath the grass and seek whatever treasure lay in those realms, but walking in a jungle amidst the sounds of birds and grazing Rhinos was a highlight in itself. That, along with a sudden break in the clouds which exposed the infamous snowy peaks of the Annapurna range, meant that I returned to the boat content; but determined to push the Argentinian fellow into the river.
... around socializing in our fake outdoor cafe it's time for lunch- the food is amazing with two different settings of Indian and Nepalese. Wanting to keep their actors happy the assistant director also offers to buy me some chocolate before we start the afternoon shoot- more sitting around socializing and then about 4 pm they tell us they are done. Considering how little we have done it's amazing how quick the day passes. We are then piled back onto the bus ...
... a good chance to see that Nepal, away from the Trekking shops and nice Cafes (of which there are not many even in Thamel), is still a very poor country.
Our Evening program consisted of finding some food. After meeting some Belgium guys this task was made more challenging by the task to eat at the sketchiest restaurant we could find. On the way we passed by Durbar Square again which now was free of charge. It was of course much quieter and had also a nice feel to it. ...
... most of us had backpacks with our lunches. The walking started out very easy on flat wide dirt road. Along the way we saw beautiful flowers, a huge caterpillar, and gigantic spiderwebs. One sister told me to watch out for the leeches. I asked her to point one out to me when she saw one so that I could take a picture. Then....I'm walking along and I hear a Nepali sister with a frantic tone in her voice say "Tara sister oh Tara sister"!!! From what I can tell she is looking ...