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After Bardia we headed due east to Bhairawa a border town we used to live in. We knew the border here was quite porous so we figured some of our friends could help get fuel. Fortunately this worked and we topped up everything and headed for Kathmandu. The trip inland could not been further from India as the roads were just deserted. No one other than us had any fuel. Vehicles were parked all over the roads and the road verges ...
... and two veg. We have been very happy with our stay in India and particularly being on a guided tour with G Adventures, because it would have been very challenging to travel round without the trip being organised for us. The places we have stayed in have been contrasting - three quite basic hotels and two real gems with superb facilities and swimming pools. All in all India has been an overwhelming experience and not to be ...
... away from the bus, all the wrong things to do! A large noisy crowd gathered, we felt helpless as we couldn't speak to anyone to offer help, as we walked around the crowd 2 police men were arriving, We hope they have some medical training. In the evening we ate at a hotel that has a good restaurant, we enjoyed the food and the air conditioning, although the power keeps going off. The hotel owner suggested that we got up early to see the sunrise, 6.15 am, so we set our alarm and go to ...
... out the marker stone – unfortunately it is now covered by a bullet proof glass case but still monks and worshippers come to recite prayers above it. We didn’t have much sun left so hopped back on the bikes and pedalled up along the canal through the monastic zones which are filled with various temples built by other countries in honour of Buddha. At the very north of the monastic zone we made it to the Lumbini ...
... lot of flies and mosquitos, little stalls where you can buy for example 1 candy and it is here much warmer than in Pokhara. But still this is a nice little place with it's own charm. We rent some bikes as we like to do a bike tour to visit the Unesco site which is a symbol of unity in diversity. I still didn't feel well but gave it a try. We visited several of the monasteries which are placed here like the one ...