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... hand and bhindi henna tattoo on the left hand. Dhrubas daughter Seema really wanted to give myself and deb a gift of the henna and bangles, and so on Friday, Dhrubas wife Menuka, oiled up my hand and squeezed 13 green glass bangles onto my wrist... They are not coming off now until either they break or I dislocate many hand bones! The henna is beautiful, so intricate and it took so long to do. I'm so touched and honoured to be given such a gift.
... anywhere in the world. People interact with each other differently in airports and there is a kind of anonymous intimacy there that you will find everywhere in the world with an airport.
While it was a little less technologically advanced as most of the airports I had previously been in, Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM) was no different. No air conditioning, though. But rather than stepping out into a terminal, we disembarked onto the tarmac and had ...
... bowl of watery porridge to warm up and set off with Meme not far behind, our group of 7 now down to 2 as the French guys were headed to Dunche. I found it a bit funny overhearing their guide tell Meme to stick with me incase I got into trouble. Seeing as Meme was a chain smoker with a nasty cough, dodgy knees and a bad back It should definitely have been the other way around! We first crossed the Lauribina way, only accessible in summer and I could see why. There ...
... He was really nice and straight away began treating me as a client, taking my orders, bringing my food and giving me information about the trek.
The following day it rained the entire day which was really unusual. We put on the layers and walked but it was pretty cold. I was a bit fitter than Heather as she had a hip injury but with Babu carrying her bag for her, we were pretty much the same pace which worked out well. We continued to Langtang (3430m) where they ...
... I settled in for lunch with the folks enjoying chang and rakshi for Losar and partook of some myself. Chang (not sure about spelling) is the local brew made from fermented barley or rice and served warm. It’s passable. Rakshi is described as rice wine, but it’s total fire water and clearly a distilled spirit. Feeling good after lunch and chang and rakshi I decided to stay the evening at the guesthouse rather than continue on twenty minutes or so ...
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P.O.Box 178, Naldum, Nagarkot | Hotelfrom $46