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Filthy Toddler

A travel blog entry by jonpoland


... that he's 1/4th the distance to the intersection, but my legs are 5 times longer. I should be able to get there first. I book it. He sees this and increases his pace so that he's running like a drunken sailor.

I beat him to the intersection by 2 steps as the other children squeal for joy. I've accidentally invented a new game, Catch The Big White Guy. This is even better than begging. Begging gives them money; ...

Attitude adjustment

A travel blog entry by jonpoland

Since I've arrived at Lumbini I've been able to restart my ngondro practice. Whenever you're travelling, you're naturally going to be in a groundless state and it's a good idea to find something that grounds you. Ngondro is becoming that for me.

Having done it for a few days along with reading a book about the life of the Buddha by Thich Nan Hanh and re-reading my most recent ...

Lumbini is HUGE

A travel blog entry by jonpoland


... ride. Grab a really salty chow mein. Find an ATM. Hire a bicycle rickshaw for a surprisingly long ride to the bus depot. Then another public bus to Lumbini.

The monastery guesthouse I wanted was booked-up for the night, but will clear up the next day when a large group departs, so I find a room at Lumbini Guesthouse. Awful place in the process of being renovated. No hot water, one of the hardest beds I've ever slept on (and ...

Nepal - Leaving Nepal through Lumbini

A travel blog entry by gemchild


... little disturbing! Anyway, we made it there in
one piece, found a hotel to stay for the 1 night and grabbed some food. We
didn't plan on doing anything at all when we got there so the evening was filled
with watching homeland - a series we've really got into now! Haha.

The following morning after a hellish night full of bugs - ...

Highway to hell

A travel blog entry by etillborg


Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha. Bus from pokhara took us 9 hours and it wasnt too bad of a ride. There were 10 of us and we had fun in the back of the bus. Got to lumbini and strolled a few hundred meters before we found a place that looked alright to stay in. It was 200 rupees a night and I got to room with two ladies so I was happy. Later on we went out to find a restaurant, and we ...


This hotel, located on Siddhartha Nagar, Lumbini, is near Maya Devi Temple (Birthplace of Buddha).
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