Norling Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
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... any scars, cannot leave the temple unless for ceremonial oocasions, her feet may not touch the ground (she will be carried by someone or "ride" in golden palanquin). I found it quite strange to wrap my head around the whole idea, in this day and age.....
It is to me a very strange and unfortunate fate. Imagine not being able to laugh or cry or be right out mad for a while. ...
... the toilet! They are no different all want to go when they get restless and all want to go with each other. One at a time is a rule here too!! Back up and down the hill with the kids after school. Crazy antics and lots of giggles. It'd be nice to stay for a month not 3 days. I have been challenged to a game of table tennis after homework, I have a feeling I'll be beaten soundly!!! The oldest 3 boys came and collected us after homework, for a walk down to the village ...
... Education Project) angekommen hätten wir den Film rein theoretisch zwar gucken können, rein praktisch gab es aber mal wieder einen Stromausfall. Stromausfälle stehen in Nepal ziemlich häufig an der Tagesordnung, etwa 1-4 mal täglich für etwa 1 Minute bis zu 3 Stunden (mindestens aber insgesamt 1 Stunde am Tag). Letztlich konnten wir immerhin unseren zweiten Plan in die Tat umsetzen und Handschuhe und Mütze, welche wir nicht mehr brauchen, in ...
... at the museum while I retrieved my bag that I'd had to leave at the ticket office upon entry.
But just down the road the lads caught up with me. I don't think they believed me when I said I was going to a monastery, but they were happy when I gave them 10rs each & told them to get some sweets.
So that's all I've done today, not a lot. Plan to o go into town tommorow in order to confirm my flight home & see Durbar Square again.
... with the few animals that were there at that time of day. Some of the women were breastfeeding infants, others weaving on simple looms of various sizes, and others just hanging out. Children were everywhere - many running up to us asking for a balloon, and all with dirty faces, dirty clothes and runny noses. This is not an easy life, and my hat goes off to them. They seem happy and social with each other, and we must wonder who has the better ...