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... the ancient buildings were destroyed so there are just plinths and piles of bricks and a sign showing what they used to look like. Other buildings are propped up precariously with wooden poles but you can still see the wonderful range of buildings that was the centre of Royal life in the 16th century.
After 2 days of wandering round Kathmandu we felt the need to escape the noise so headed to Pokhara on a remarkably smooth ...
... So relaxing, so hippy and chilled and again we became part of the Peaceeye family Waking up the first morning I drew back the curtains and OMG the view, Annapurna was right in front of us in all its glory ,wow wow and wow again We ended up staying here for almost 4 weeks, mainly because of the welcoming staff, especially the manager Saroj, words cannot really explain just how lovely this man is and we have become firm friends The hotel owner Rishi managed to get me a wheelchair ...
... means I could get back to Chile early June rather than late. Now it might sound crazy but the idea made me instantly so much happier that it cannot be the wrong decision right? I'll still see and do everything I originally planned but perhaps I'll spend 2 weeks doing yoga rather than 4. I mean I'll be free to do yoga everyday in the Andes ...
... counter-culture enthusiasts. As a result, Kathmandu has perfected the art of a fusion of Nepalese, Tibetan, Western, and Indian vegetarian food. I don’t think there was a single meal there that we didn’t thoroughly enjoy, a huge relief after three months of oil and rice. Trekking gear was also everywhere, and at 1/5 to 1/6 of US prices. However, a large black market has emerged in the area as a result of the popularity of the gear – so one has to ...
... we had a day to explore the city by ourselves. Bravely we decided to take the metro, Charlie being an expert at this of course from his last visit. I can honestly say that I thought London was busy, this place was swarming and they pushed and pushed on to the trains, it was an experience but as I stood on the tube I looked around I noticed there were no women anywhere. There is a separate carriage for women but it's a shame that the city is so dominated by men because many women ...
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