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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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The usual coffee arrived at our room, followed by water to have a wash, after breakfast we hobbled to the hospital, about half an hours walk across the village. Neither of us are feeling any better, we must be quite a concern for Nuru. At the hospital which was built with Swiss aid around 10 years ago, the doctor showed us around. There is a Lab where simple diagnosis can be performed, next door was the treatment room, there is ...
... and pans. Along the way we meet many family groups, young and old, walking home loaded with simple basic possessions to begin the summer planting. Families here live in one room homes often filled with eye stinging smoke from open wood fires on which all cooking is done. A simple rice, spinach and lentil gravy meal takes two hours to prepare! People in this area lead a hard life. Young girls and old women alike carrying heavy loads on their back to and fro. On our ...
... the next town stopping for an amazing view from one of the suspension walkways across the river. It is surprising to see banana trees at the side of the road.Another fine lunchtime stop overlooking the river and mountains before we hit a long tailback of traffic trying to get to Kathmandu. We took a shortcut through brick and rice fields which was just as jammed but we managed to get to the "monkey"temple which overlooks the city.It ...
... built in the 18th century and her role is to act a living goddess for festivals and ceremonies. During the day she will make an appearance at the second story window and we were there when she did so. We were strictly forbidden from taking photos though and the one guy looked like he would assassinate anyone that tried.
Beside the palace was an elephant park which became a hippie hangout and a place to sell antiques from the vacated palace. The ...
... hauled our bags through the gate and into the Bouddha center around the big stupa. Woah, the presence, the power, the hugeness, the devotion! That’s why we’re staying here. I felt like dropping to my knees but doubted I could get back up again with all the luggage on my back. Instead we walked slowly around the stupa, turning each prayer wheel and receiving the splendor and magic of this cosmopolitan place of prayer and abundance. Each corner of the ...