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... copy and as soon as it was out of my bag a hand snatched it away and the same happened when the sisters with me pulled out their brochures Whoosh! away they went you couldn't even see who grabbed it, it happened so fast. That made my day. Today on the bus ride home I sat next to a woman and her little boy. I opened the brochure to the picture of the rainbow and set it in front of him. His mother immediately read the entire brochure to him ...
... was immediate.
The Nepalese look different to Tibetans. Far more Indian and less Oriental. Far more people spoke English. One Nepalese police office in particular was kind as he allowed me to rest where there was a bench (which was in fact where the bags were being checked).
I just rested for a while and watched the world go by. This was a very frenetic border on both sides. Many people were trying to get into ...
... mud, and touts trying to sell you everything known to mankind. I think I'll kick back here in KMD for a few days and be no hurry on my next mountain or jungle visit.
Why leave that which is proven to be the best and the coolest? Did I mention the rickshaws?
Yes, we are in a big neighborhood of Kathmandu, it's never very quiet here unless you're holed up in your room with the windows closed. After a ...
... Vengaboys album (who knew they had a whole album?) Which was actually awesome... Well the songs we knew anyway.
We had brief access to WiFi and I found out that my mums husband had died a couple of days earlier, I managed to call her briefly from the hotel, but it made me realise even more how cut off we are out here... When I get WiFi access sometimes its really dodgy and most of the time, my apps don't seem to work, so messenger won't load or I will only get ...
... covering the mile long wall absolutely boggles the mind.
Above Langtang the valley broadened further and flattended out for a beautiful walk at 12,000-plus feet in brilliant sunshine. My approach to Kyanjin Gompa I’m including in my next entry, but I should mention something about my return trip. I was all alone as I was walking back down valley on another brilliant morning. A local Tibetan man came running towards me. He approached me and ...