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... in Canada can you be in and out so quickly? On my walk back I stopped at the Garden of Dreams. Overall the place was quite small but allowed for people to relax in the chaos of the city. It was well kept and picturesque hidden amongst the business of the area. Nevertheless, really the garden is nothing more than a reading or relaxing spot for a few hours and there isn't much to see ...
... spent the morning in the city on a walking tour visiting the many squares and temples including Durbar Square and Pottery Square. Narrow cobblestone streets wind between red-brick houses, joining a series of squares and courtyards that are peppered with temples, statues, cisterns and wells. We saw artisans weave cloth, chisel timber and shape and dry pottery. We explored side streets, and highlights such as a wood carving shop, at the direction of ...
... garden of dreams to chill out, it was very relaxing and lazy. So we spent most of our late afternoon lounging around in the gardens. A couple of us headed back to Thamel just before dark to grab a couple of essential items, adapters the main object of choice. We ended the day sat around writing up journals and a few of us feeling poorly.
It was a busy day for training but it didn't get off to the greatest start with two of ...
... place where we were the only guests and we sat with the family in the small kitchen while our food was cooked. Unfortunately our room was accessed via a very steep ladder and the toilet, of course, was outside.....some distance away. Luckily I managed to avoid the need for a pee during the night.....probably from fear of breaking my neck descending the ladder in the dark!
The following morning we discovered that we actually didn't need to go as far as Sybru Besi as there was ...
... the dogs so much at night. Either I'm sleeping better or my ear plugs are working.....maybe a bit of both? I've not really interacted much with anyone beyond the usual pleasantries. I came across my neighbour doing tai chi on the landing yesterday. I tried to creep past without disturbing him but he assured me it was fine and we spoke briefly. He's an older gentleman who has been coming to Nepal since 1989 so he's seen a few changes! I feel much more confident ...