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... nation will live in our memories for ever. So our crow's feet (laughter lines around our eyes) are now eagle's claws from a surfeit of smiles and we are definitely wrinklier but hopefully we are a little wiser.
So we are off to Kathmandu tomorrow for the next stage of our adventure. We are not sure what we will find there, but if we have half as much fun in Nepal as India, all will be well.
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From the previous temple, it took us an hours drive through industrial zones to reach this temple. I was very impressed seeing those automotive industries that we had passed along the route. All the international brands were there and they were all on a JV with a local manufacturer, something that we do not even see in Malaysia.
This temple is located in just a small village and has the reputation ...
... the lady suddenly went into action to fulfil her role. She passed me the soap then turned the tap on then handed me a towel, turned the tap off and then gave me some hand cream. It was all a bit much for me. Is this what it's like for the Queen? Guess what I did next. Yep - I took a picture of my new lady-in-waiting! Back in the dining room and a few more pictures for the blog then my colleagues arrived. We had the buffet lunch ...
... interesting sculpture is that of a cat performing penance just like
Arjuna/ Bhagiratha and a fleet of mice before him in reverence! A sly
cat called the 'Rudraksha cat' used to perform austerities at the banks of river Ganga, always rolling rudraksha beads in prayer.
He was so pious that even the birds and mice started worshiping ...