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Today, we descended 3,800 ft to Kutemsang at 8,150 ft above sea level. It is SOOOO much warmer, I actually was able to take a shower for the first time I way too many days. Unfortunately, most of the day we were shrouded in fog, making the walk much like a walk in the redwoods since we walked through forests with bigger and hugher trees, all covered in heavy green moss. Only for a few minutes at the beginning of the day and then again at the end were we able ...
... and knife variety – so they tended to separate themselves to eat when we were trekking.
Not that long ago there were almost no roads in Nepal. If you wanted to get somewhere you walked, often for days. Maybe weeks. Now there are roads, but they’re more "roads". If it’s paved you’re lucky – and even then it’ll likely be in a state of disrepair with tonnes of potholes. Otherwise it’s dirt with big ...
... would say the same of New Zealand after my semester there, and now, after four months in Thailand, I can safely place it right next to those other two. Thank you for sticking with me through these belated blog posts, and I promise to have my first one about Thailand out within the week. Hope all is well back in the US of A (or wherever you are reading this from). ...
... caves where Padmasambhava, or Guru Rinpoche, the first wide spread teacher of the Tantric form of Tibetan Buddhism had spent some time and pacified the local land gods converting them to the Dharma. This was a special time for all of us and particularly for Lozang, although he’d been here before years ago. Eventually we made it to the Vajrayogini temple just around sun set before the evening prayers, which we had a front row seat for. I was so moved by ...