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... really meaningful and super eerie but we were really glad we went there. Next we walked to Wall St, saw a statue of George Washington and then walked across the Brooklyn Bridge. Central Park was next, we grabbed some lunch on the way and found a nice grassy spot to chill out for a couple hours. We found Fifth Avenue and the Manolo Blahnik store where one of us (maybe not Ben) ...
... current youth culture) and a Swatch. Dinner at local Gyros King run by cricket loving Pakistanis, again. There can't be too many shops happy to show cricket when baseball and US football are so dominant. We have often seen cafe's with two screens running both showing a different game of either baseball of football or both, which makes for very stilted conversations when sitting opposite each Wednesday- Ruby's birthday here in the US (one day behind) so we headed back into Time ...
... I was involved in every church group that was available and he would be there right by my side, either as a leader or just for support. Back then I dreaded those group things and would rather have been goofing off like most of my friends but then again the plus side was I was there with my Dad. Thinking back on things now I truly believe this might have been my father's way of dealing with me and all my troubles. Yes, I will admit it; I was the trouble maker in our family. If it could ...
... some steamed dumplings, we had chicken with chinese broccoli, and a beef with noodles and scallions.
Dessert just sort of appeared. It was an intricately carved quarter watermelon decorated with even more fantastic oranges.
Dinner for two, we drank tea not beer, was $ 45 USD and I finished in time to see the game.
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... only had 3 weeks to travel, we chose the more direct route to EBC and back without doing the high ridge pass at Gokyo. So, roughly, our route (village stopping points) was planned:
Pick up a Lonely Planet or Let's Go guidebook for Nepal. Both of these books include a wealth of information for planning your route: