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... wearily heading back to the bus stop to be told 'No bus'. Understanding none of the Chinese that followed and failing miserably to get more information from the grumpy ticket staff, we stuck around with the locals for a further hour... No bus arrived. We later learned that there had been a big accident along the bus route. Thankfully we managed to jump in a minivan with a Chinese student who spoke basic English!
Day 3 brought a new dimension to ...
... styles. John and I sat in large lazy boy style chair with our feet in steaming got water that had some sort of Chinese medicine/tea in it. We got back massages and then foot massages, and then he took a knife and cut the dead skin and calluses from our feet. It felt awesome and we sat in the chairs eating LiZi and talking to him about random things. I don’t remember much of the conversation at this point but he did say that LiZi is good for sex drive, that he ...
... my last night here, I look forward to what the next countries have in store for me. As I learn and grow and respect so much of what our world offers, I know how important this journey is for me and how I will never be the same again.
Side Note: I hadn't actually published this until arriving in Nepal so I would like to say that Nepal is insane and I was very wrong about the whole relaxing thing, but I really am enjoying Kathmandu. Even if I end up getting run over.
... malls close to the huge university area, in the city center and in all the streets in between. Walking, looking, talking (unsuccessfully,at least in strict terms), and obviously eating (uhm..delicious dumplings bought from a extra-fat smiling guy, and extra-spicy potatoes bought in the streets were the seasoning for 4/5 customers was democratically chosen by the first one). Somehow outstanding was the pigeon corner at the animal and flower market with ...
... with a Thai international student. In the evening the school welcomed us with an awesome banquet with 12 dishes. FANCY!!!
Tuesday was our first real day of class. We have an hour of speaking class and an hour of writing class. I don't like our speaking teacher- to be honest she's quite ****, and her accent is not standard mandarin. I love our writing teacher though, he's so cool. He's real wise and knows heaps of random ...