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... unfriendly cascet that will take up unnecessary space on the planet).
Rest in pieces?
Wishing you a long and healthy life, I'm off to Chitwan national park tomorrow where I hope I won't be mauled by a tiger (the chances are bigger that I'll get a cardiac arrest from seeing a huge spider or just from choking on an olive when I get home).
Peace be with you.
... if there was even going to be a bus. There is also a festival coming up, so lots of people travelling to be with family. At Jalkeni, 1 hr and 10 mins of steady uphill walking, I was assured by my new best friend an 8yr old with good English that the bus was coming. Grandfather and I and my new best friend and her 6 best friends sat and waited. To pass the timeI eventually I pulled out the iPad for the kids to play with, until we heard the blaring of horn ...
... only assume it was all quality.
Seeing as we are writing this post at 7:55 P.M., our protesting stomachs have finally gotten the best of our brains... And so, we'll bid our adieu. We'd bid it in Nepalese, but we don't have our phrasebooks.
Update: it's, "Namaste," which means, "I see the god within you."
Most sincerely and alliteratively yours,
Griffin, Alex, Katherine, and Bunny
Kathmandu - 72 hour after the earthquake rocked the country
I left early this morning to snap some photos of the capital in the aftermath of the quake. Shops were still closed but there was considerable more traffic on the roads. People were on the move again possibly because they felt safer now after the 72 hour warning for aftershocks has passed. Some of the destroyed buildings were cordoned off – to prevent people from getting to ...
... hot & sticky, had been out for 4 hrs, mostly walking, so was glad of a shower even though it was just tepid.
Washed my smalls, as I do every day, and hung them out on the railings that separate my balcony from Mrs Bee's private one next door. Then my phone rang, it was reception asking me to take my undies off her rail, which I did, but hung them on my open window frame so she could still see them. Ha! I win the undies war!
The kids out back were playing ...