Bhadgaon Guest House
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It was hard to comprehend that it would be a six hour drive to cover the one hundred and eighty kilometres between Sauraha and Bhaktapur, however that is exactly how many solid driving hours there were. The condition of the roads, the nature of the winding roads and the traffic all contribute to the time this journey takes. We can only imagine that …
... opening shops in them. It's been a while since I completed my engineering degree, but I'm pretty sure a few planks of 6x6 propped against the side can't hold up a 5 story building for a sustained period! Seems like a disaster waiting to happen. For someone like me working intellectual property, Kathmandu throws up a few challenges. I'm pretty sure McDonalds haven't started a fast food tandoori franchise! And the trekking gear stores ...
School exams have finished and the results are in. The children have done very well with several gaining very high marks and just a few "could do better". Overall some excellent results and positive comments about their attitude and helpfulness. Up to year 7 each school sets its own exams but in year 8 children take a district level test. After that exams are at a national level. Four ...
... did overtake everything. Sometimes however he wasn't necessarily paying attention to what was coming the other way, so on more than one occasion he had to throw the brakes on, as did the vehicles coming the other way, to avoid a head on collision.
I think the driver thought he was a cat with nine lives, so could drive as erratically as he wanted. The remains of lorries involved in crashes lying by the side of the road had no impact on him either.
As we ...
... that was exactly what happened. I don't think you can ever prepare yourself to see what we saw in Varanassi but having been there it didn't feel like a sad place and people didn't seem upset like our funerals despite it being so visible and for us, an alien way to say good bye to a loved one. We wandered down towards the main burning ghat where we saw bodies being carried down and then dowsed in the water of the Gangees before being placed on the specific wood they had ordered (and ...