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... seen as they're bundled up with jackets & hats and often tied onto their mother's back. After seeing the Palace and climbing the hundreds of stairs to the top, we decided to get lunch near the Old Town (Barkhor). We met two girls who were from Canada and Panama. One was a doctor in Nepal and the other was an architect. We exchanged Chinese yuan for Nepali Rs and they warned us about the altitude of the trip over the Himalayas. We ...
... way back, I waited at a bus stop. Tibetan people spoke to me and I sensed their kindness and curiosity.
Sitting on the step had me quite emotional. I felt so lucky to be here. Later on in the afternoon, I jumped on the 17 buss which took me all the way from the west of the city to the outskirts in the east. Sometimes it is great to get a bit lost in a new place. I found my way back of course in the ...
... one big happy family of 17 for 2 1/2 weeks! It is amazing to think that here I am sitting under a tree in Tibet on a warm July day. Pleasant Tibetan music is playing, there's a warm breeze trembling the leaves of the willow tree I am under, and fluffy white clouds are surrounding the peaks. It truly is an amazing experience to sit alone in a completely foreign country and just breathe. Makes me wonder more about traveling alone to foreign places. Pretty much Buddha-d out, today. ...
... very glad to have gone and experienced the wonders that nature has to offer, but also to see what it is like to be in a country that is no longer a country. We leave Tibet wanting to know more. We want to know how, why, when, what? Those are questions we will find out on our own, in our own time, in another country.
So we've got 4 days in Kathmandu to rest up before our month long adventure in India begins
Till next time
Ann & Jason
... Dalai Lama in it, on account of him having to scarper to India (shhh, don't mention the Cultural Revolution.) We were limited to an hour inside and have to have a local guide who could give us the 'official line'. We were also told not to ask any questions about the current Dalai Lama. Right, so don't ask any questions about the current Dalai Lama, inside the current Dalai Lama's home?? Of course, makes perfect sense.
Spot of shopping this avo in the ...