Travel Blogs from Nagarkot
... the outside of the back, there's a rack for firewood and 4 spare tires. Inside is 22 seats. Most are forward facing, but there are two tables surrounded by 4 seats each for being social. There are also 4 seats at the back were people can poke their heads out of the roof if the weather and roads allow. There is a library of books - both guidebooks and for reading pleasure that we can borrow. At the back is basically a large closet, where all of our luggage, sleeping bags, ...
... the night sky. Apparently, it rained quite hard that night but I slept thru it.
Despite weather forcasts that show thunderstorms and 40-60% chance of rain every day I've been here plus the next 10 days, this is the first time it has rained since I've been here. Our days have all been warm and partly cloudy.
Wed, Sept 11
I woke up at 3 am - I seem to be waking a little earlier everyday. Unfortunately, it seems my body is trying ...
... friend from Volunteering To Learn who had shown us around Kathmandu the first time, and who thankfully dealt with all the taxi touts, clearing us a path out to the car park. For the next few days instead of staying with Pramila or at The Yellow House, we were going to be staying with a family in the north of the city. Arriving at their house, we were introduced to Sanker and Padma, friends of Sujan and Pramila who often housed volunteers coming in and out of Kathmandu both ...
... 1497; נספיק עוד לשתות נח'לה קטן של ערב
בקיאנ 90;'ין גומפה!
היי היי וכל העניי 03;
הוא לשתות ...
... was at least a memorable one. One of the clients mistook nail varnish remover as hair oil and tipped a large quantity of it into his hand. Luckily, another client was more on the ball than me (a dead seal) and she shouted "Kupal tell hoina, kopal tell hoina!" (“Hair oil is not, hair oil is not!”). Although her warning went unheeded, it gave me enough time to jump up and grab his wrist before he succeeded to wipe it through his ...
- Room service
- Free parking