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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... this journey was seeing four monkeys climbing along the electricity cables, dangling over the pavement. We took a quick snapshot and kept going to the bus (in fact, this was the only photo we took in Kathmandu. It was too overwhelming to get the camera out on the other days). We tipped chappy and climbed in the bus.
Having seen pretty much nothing of Kathmandu, bar a few streets in the Thamel area, we were off to our next destination - Pokhara!
... or needs to do. Bishnu ends up talking with Durga and it's finally decided that I'll bus back to Nashari and then onto Kathmandu with Ann and the guys from the village she is working at. Our morning at the school was much more productive with a plan. I started with some language - greetings, calendar, days of the week and then Sian took the older kids for some number work with a dice and I took the littlies for some patterning again with beads. I got so excited when ...
... plus Keshab, Uday, Srijana, Tchetra, and Kiran we played music and chatted all evening. It was definitely my favourite sort of night, low key, relaxed and with lots of new friends.
I'm really going to miss everyone I've met and particularly the social side from staying in Hotel Tej. It's amazing when working somewhere like the SIRC, how quickly friendships form and I know in Inge and Fi I've made real friends for life. ...
... Hotel um uns Swayambhunath anzuschauen. Dieser buddhistische Tempel befindet sich etwa 45min zu Fuß von Thamel (dem Touristenbezirk in Kathmandu) entfernt und ist ein Unesco Weltkulurerbe. Die letzten Meter zur Stupa führen eine Treppe hinauf, welche am Ende so steil ist, dass sie sogar mit einem Zeichen für Lebensgefahr gekennzeichnet ist (zugegebenermaßen etwas übertrieben). Die Stupa ist wirklich schön und als i-Tüpfelchen hat man von dort ...
... Building 2 was also pagoda like, but in a Buddhist style as this was the Buddhist Art Gallery. This time there were hundreds of statues of Buddha, plus some of the female aspects of tantric Buddhism, & mandalas. It was slightly interesting to see how the images changed with the country they came from.
Building 3 was a palace divided into the Historical Museum & the Natural History Museum. As I entered I was collared by 4 young ...