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Woke up at 6am and with Joe feeling much better after taking some antibiotics for his stomach, we were both able to enjoy breakfast before saying our goodbyes to our Bardia friends and hit the road to Lumbini. The journey was only about 6 hours but our driver decided to take a wrong turn down some bumpy back roads but this gave us a nice chance to spy 2 endangered sarus cranes wading through the wetlands surrounding Lumbini ...
... friend and I had to organise our bus ticket for Chitwan the following day. We walked to the bus park where we were dropped off the previous day and the tug-of-war between local Nepali businessmen and foreigners began.
We first asked the bus ticket window at the station for how we could best get to Chitwan National Park. He said a few places names and told us we had to change at various places, we got very confused because none of the places rang ...
... river banks, with some saying 'praying for would peace' in Chinese! The river stretched for over 2km, and there were candles all the way down and the candlelight flickered in the wind.
What was even more incredible was this event brought everyone together, regardless of race, religion or culture. There were people of all backgrounds helping to light the candles on either side of the river: Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Nepali, Indian, ...
... the 5th March we jumped on 'The Buck' (literally a cross between a bus and a truck) which serves Tansen Mission Hospital with people and supplies from Kathmandu). Despite the early start, the scenery as we left the capital was incredible, as we snaked around the sides of mountains and saw diligent Nepalis working in rice paddies which are simply cut into the side of sheer cliffs. The journey took us across the flat lands ...
... feeling ! As soon as we crossed the border of Nepal, the blissful silence, civilised people, barely any beggars ! It sounds too good to be true but it is ! We all had a wonderful night sleep in a very good hotel, no honks, cars or screams to disturb our sleep, and to top it all of, a very nice breakfast to start the day ! So today began under the best possible conditions and we are now headed to lumbini to visit Buddha's birthplace and very excited to do so ! I unfortunately missed ...