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... I landed here a day and a half ago, but these are the initial pics of this magical place known as "Kathmandu". Most of these photos were taken on a bicycle rickshaw trip I took today. I love the rickshaw as a mode of transport! Motor vehicles are a curse. Simplify! Return to the state of the uncarved block. More entries will certainly follow...
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... it had started raining really heavily, so after a cup of tea, we stopped in for Dhruba to speak to a Sadu, a hindu guy who was able to tell his fortune for him.
Of course, it is monsoon season here at the mo, so when it rains it really rains... it kept me awake all night last night (that and the mosquito i had spotted in my room!) - today it rained while we were in the village but now it is just very hot and humid... the shower we have is cold only which ...
... Phew! Although the flight was slightly delayed, we managed to take off at 7am. There were 18 seats in 2 single rows down each side of the plane, and it was very bumpy when we went through the clouds. Anyone who knows me well will know that I am not good in the air, so this was a heart stopping moment for me, especially when the woman 2 rows in front of me started to be sick...and I mean really sick!! Anyway, we made it safely through the clouds to the most ...
... as tempting as the quick $4,000 was, I just couldn't do it. I just value my freedom too much. So it goes down as another unique experience that I will probably never have again (which I am fine with).
So my big take-away for today is to never do anything you feel you have to hide or lie about. A clean life may not always be easy in the short run, but you'll never have to worry about what happens if someone catches you.
Just be good.
... mention the hotel provides free water and face masks? Just saying...!!
Now the rain can begin in earnest here in Nepal. I hope it comes soon as the farmers are ready to plant their rice and the fields are bone dry.
I forget to mention the reason for the title of this blog. This was the first Government sign I read on our return and it spoke volumes. Corruption is very much alive and well in Nepal. There are riot police on every ...