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... I can't stand is being cold and wet. I think I have enough clothes for every occasion plus some.Well it's time to eat my banana, drink some more water and make a few last minute phone calls. Hopefully I'll be able to drop a few lines when I arrive in Bhaktapur on the 17th. This is where I will be staying on my first night in Nepal. Off the beaten path in a guesthouse where I "think" I have a reservation:) It's all good:) Chow for now:) ...
... rain however left my fast pass for test track dead in the water. The Canadian experience came early as we made our way around each of the countries exhibits. With the rain still present I bought a poncho and set up tent waiting for the fireworks and laser show at 9. Illuminations reflections of earth. The show started and the rain stalled giving way for a spectacular show. Day four was wasted with heavy down pour and some well deserved sleep. Day five of seven saw us returning ...
... home especially for me. There is an alarming rate of homeless not only here but all over the entire nation. And it isn't the run-of-the-mill types any more, the dirty, old, scruffy bearded, smelling, alcohol/drug addicted person, no, now it is the young. Yesterday, I saw a young woman with a sign that read --> "Help me I'm homeless, cold, hungry, and miserable. I went to college only to find out that my profession was ...
... that evening (technically all day I guess) so I spent the time, yes, watching the West Wing in the apartment and eating some potentially dangerous unemulsified peanut butter. I really am still a student at heart, and not the kind that impresses their flatmates by cooking fish pie...the kind that whisks the peanut butter with a knife for 5 minutes and ignores the fact that the best before was three weeks ago.
Tuesday started off promisingly, with ...
... is where bothe the Declaration of Independednce and the US Constitution were
discussed / signed / written. It is a National Historic Park, and they have park rangers that
guide you through it. Our ranger was great. He was so passionate and really gave the story
life. And yes, they do wear outfits just like the ranger on the old Yogi Bear cartoons. ...