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... wind of deer and dashed out of the river and was gone. Back at our lodgings Brian was a little better and rather envious of what we had seen We now had no option but to stay a few more days until Brian was better. Next day however and armed with toilet rolls we ventured yet again into the jungle and again the tiger came, for Brian this time. We also saw more rhino, this time a mother with a month old baby, so lovely It is festival time again in Nepal, 5 days this ...
An early start for us, I stumbled down ladened with pizza boxes, water bottles and multiple bags. Our van was less than epic, and I have at my last count three bruises on my right knee. Breakfast of champions (left over pizza) was polished by around 7:30am. The road between Varanasi and Lumbini in Nepal came with one strict condition.....no western toilets. I endured two Indian toilets with a stench so thick you could almost reach out and touch it. ...
... was finished in 2001 after a 7 years period of building. It was constructed by Japanese Buddhists. There are many Peace Pagodas all over the world to spread peace and unity around the world, and most of them had been built after the atomic attack on Japan in the second World War.
We also visited the Lumbini Museum, which was rather funny as most of the pictures were starting to "melt" and figures were just replicas from museums in ...
... building for 250 kids with
classes on the roof, 2 on the grass, and 3 inside. Less than ¼ of
the attendees are girls because village culture tends to keep them
illiterate and working in the household. $200 USD will send one of
these girls to school for a year. Anyone interested in sponsoring a
girl, and having mail correspondence with her, let me know.
Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha is a United Nations world ...
... being killed (at least one will be killed to replace the meat) to have this dish that I felt a certain responsibility to eat it.
I resolved to force-feed it to myself. I had no choice but to eat this dish mindfully. Each fork-full became a meditation as I fought back the urge to spit it out.
I got almost halfway and just had to stop. I was getting nauseated. I call the waiter over and instruct him to take this dish off the ...