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... Buddhist temple. The area is populated with dozens of monkeys and we were warned to avoid eating food in their presence or getting too close as they like to "borrow" things, which might be hard to retrieve.
As is typical on our trips we get to the point in our eating habits that we crave some simple comfort food. Tonight was the night, as we ordered hamburgers and hot dogs (which really were bratwursts) with French fries. Needless to say they tasted very good!
... Walking back the same way and boating back across the lake we went to Moon Dance restaurant for lunch where we had arranged to meet Gemma and Dave for the afternoon. From there the four of us hired a boat for an hour or so to take us around the lake, Dave set up his selfie stick that he had for Christmas pretending he was embarrassed but actually loving it! In the evening we walked through the street festival together trying a variety of street food including Chicken skewers ...
... ice cream. Yum. Read the paper a bit and then headed home.
Took a rickshaw ride home...shame the guy was FINISHED at the end of that trip.
Went to Swotha for supper with Ralph and then all played cards together at night.
A great day.
... at the border town, Kodari, where we exchanged money and bought a few snacks. The town is perched on a cliff and is full of Nepalis, Chinese, and Tibetans. Many of them are truckers who transport goods between the countries. Due to the traffic and the backups, the van wasn't able to drive any farther and we had to get out and walk with our luggage down the winding streets to the border. We said goodbye to our guide Quesan and went through ...
... We turned all the prayer wheels that surround the base of the Stupa and walked on the Mandela. Across the street we visited the Guru Lhakhang Monastery, where Buddhist lamas train. Before leaving we were taken to an art school where students learn to paint Buddhist art including the many types of Buddha.
Ram was a wealth of information and we learned much about Buddhism and his beliefs including:
- there are three w's you can ...