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... for the airport to and leave Kathmandu at 2.55 to fly to Singapore, then we leave Singapore at 12.15 am Monday to fly to Sydney, finally arriving in Dubbo Monday arvo, probably looking like something the cat dragged in. So it's Namaste from Kathmandu for the last time. There will be a few final entries and a sum up with my hints for travelling in India and Nepal, not that they'll help anybody much but maybe somebody will get something out of ...
... We see terraced farming on the other side, corn crops and ploughed paddy fields, it's pretty spectacular, maybe this offsets the danger component of the trip a little. There are roadside houses, some with shop fronts, and very few towns. At 11 we pass a sign that says 105 km to Kathmandu - does that mean we've still got 5 hours to go ( take off 1 hour for lunch and toilet breaks ) that means 25 km/ hour average, or maybe we're making good ...
... Varanasi and I remember bursting into tears seeing human legs and feet being folded back into the fire. It really is a eerie experience to see human feet still covered in flesh sticking out of the funeral pyre. There were around ten bodies being burned when we were there and all around monkeys were jumping off of the roofs above the pyres into the river. There were tons of holy men who I tend to think actually get dressed in costume each day for photo ops with us but either way, ...
... than in the hostel as well, so I could upload a few photos and prepare and publish some blog entries. I spent nearly 4 hours in the place when I decided I had to get some food.
For the afternoon we had planned another visit to the Monkey temple with the new arrivals in the hostel. This time we walked.
What made my second visit to this place different was the fact that there is another Hindu Festival ...
... of Mahendra highway is when we started from Chitwan national park and started towards Siliguri. This stretch is carrying relatively higher traffic than the western stretch as there were many trucks and crazy buses with their's crazy drivers. The mountain roads are better maintained (not smooth though) with some potholes mostly in the curves. But no complaints from me.
By default Nepali people do ...