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... season will be. It was all quite amazing. The life of a King was nothing in comparison to that of his wives, consorts or concubines. Magic spells, poison and treachery were common place. A Shakespeare novel in real time. Each wife trying to outdo each other. If a wife got pregnant she was then untouched for 2 1/2 years giving her time to recuperate and raise her baby. At the age of 6 the sons would be taken away and boarded at school to ...
... the first couple of weeks and so was able to demonstrate how using this simple method could really highlight where changes could be made. I described how Michelle and I had observed women being seen in the antenatal clinic, with no opportunity of having a private conversation as three women were seen by three doctors, all in the same room. I mentioned that the doctors saw all women, with no segregation of high and low risk cases and often ...
... in everything.
Watching a mother's love for her child or laughter and smiles between friends are the types of experiences that are universal.
It is simple to mark difference, close your mind to it because it is foreign, and use it as a justification to hate. It is much more difficult to find commonality in the things that really matter in life and use it as a basis for love.
But the best things in life are those we have to work for, so it is well worth it.
... wouldn't give Deepak a confirmed seat, because he couldn't be a foreigner with his name. Honestly he is Indian though but also Canadian so I don't blame e train people for not giving him a foreign reserved seat. So I tried to share my bench seat as a bed with Deepak. I really do not think I fell asleep at all. I did cover my eyes though as I was being stared at by some men across the aisle from us. They honestly were giving me the creeps. Needless to say we arrived back ...
... Dega. The temple of Vansagopal (which means Krishna in the act of playing the flute) was built in 1649 by Pratap Malla in memory of his two dead queens. It is architecturally interesting because of its octagonal plan.
- Tago Gan (Big Bell). This big bell is supported by two stone pillars and has a tiled roof. It was built in 1797. The bell is rung only when worship is being offered.
- Kal Bhairav. This huge stone image of Bhairav represents deity Shiva in ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Harati Kathmandu
This place was not even a 1 star, but if you want to get close to the action in Kathmandu you need to suck it up, put your first world images behind you and let go. The food was good, the staff was great and you are right in the middle of it ALL. Oh, bring soap and shampoo.
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