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... complete with a mountain hiker on the label. Kitschy, but actually very good. After a quick stop for postcards and gifts, we moved on to our next stop: Pashupatinath temple. None of our party is Hindu, so we were not allowed into the temple, but we could take photos of the outside and in the gate, where we were treated to the hind end of a bull, complete with oversized testicles. With the Kama Sutra carvings at Durbar Square and ...
... temple because the monkeys there are almost as common as the amount of squirrels you would see in your yard! I was amazed by how close they got to us too. After a LOT of stairs - I wasn't sure how I survived that - we finally reached the top to the most incredible temple I have ever seen. It was shiny gold with all sorts of colors and billions of strings of prayer flags attached. The Buddha eyes, which are very common in Nepal, we're giant and bold. It is ...
... Felt like a very productive day. :) Found a gem of an Italian restaurant for dinner. It was recommended by the hotel manager and we thought he was telling us it was very nice, but our pick up of the accent this time wasn't quite right. All became clear as we walked along and saw the sign for the "Fire and Ice" restaurant. That made us chuckle. Anyway it was Very Nice too! ...
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