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... getting to suss out our fellow Trekkers. It should be an interesting combination of personalities:) Back to the hotel to start the arduous task of packing had us decide a rest instead was a much more appealing idea! Not able to put it off any longer had us organised and out shopping for the last minute things we still needed. Thank goodness for late night shopping!! An early night in bed ready for a 5am morning, ready to start the exciting adventure ahead of ...
... filled shop and close my eyes. Various metal bowls were struck with some sort of mallet then slowly waved in front of my face, neck and torso, the idea being that you feel the vibrations through the air. It definitely worked and I felt myself relaxing almost immediately. Next, a larger bowl was turned upside down and placed on my head before being struck. As soon as it was, vibrations started at the top of my head and shot down to my feet. My mind and entire body was ...
... Buddhist Monument in the world. This stupa is religious, cultural and archeologically very important. The splendid dome is roughly 120 ft in diameter. It's a major destination for pilgrims from the Himalayas, Tibet and South-East and Eastern Asia. Many people were praying, lighting butter lamps, spin the prayer wheels, committed devotees prostrating themselves full-length on the ground, monks playing ceremonial horns ...
Day 1: Kathmandu Thamel First day we arrived in the afternoon and after meeting Devi the agent from Eco Adventure Nepal we just roamed around Thamel. Which really was just endless shops selling fake trekking stuffs! The air was really dusty and we had to get a ...
... New Orleans cafe in an outdoor garden and happily dined on fresh lemon chicken, potatoes and even a burger! The afternoon we spent shopping for antiques and bargaining for handmade "singing bowls". Based on the size and shape of the lip, each bowl creates a different pitch when struck. These bowls are often seen in temples (or Yoga classes in the US:). The air quality in Kathmandu was pretty bad and after walking around in it all day, I had ...