Mount 'n Mist
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... coach we had to catch left Anand Vihar at 10.30, and we were supposed to have been fetched from our hotel at 9.00. Fortunately, Usha insisted that the driver picked us up at 8.30 as once at Anand Vihar, we motored back and forth for an hour. Every time the traffic ground to a halt (luckily quite often) our driver leaned out to ask for directions from any nearby motorist or pedestrian. Most gave different and confusing answers while some, like ourselves, seemed ...
... rupees and other things, often encouraged by their parents. ‘Give me xxxxx’ is a phrase I come to know well. Nobody ever considers to DO something for this money, they just want to have it… This concept also exists in other countries, but it really shows itself in all layers in Nepal. A sad perspective. Feeling responsible for your own change is the key!
On the other hand there are lots of Nepali people, never in contact with ...
... Whites. It was all very civilised. And just to round-off our well-to-do day, we had tea and cake (yes, again) at Sakley's -- they'll even box you up some cakes to take back to your room for later. * they must have a shortage of customers or a surplus of boats though, as we were constantly confronted by "buy boat?" ** they do seem to like their candy floss. Although my favourite has to be the hawkers on the trains! Couldn't believe ...
... were up to when she arrived to find out that she was arriving a day later than I expected, I went into major panic because I has booked accommodation and arranged to meet people with mum all whilst she was still on the plane! I managed to rearrange everything and book an extra night at the hotel which worked out ok. Me and pearl went out for a drink that night with John and said our goodbyes all ready for mum to come the next day. I couldn't wait. I left the hotel at 10.30 ...
Today we got off to a slow start - morning on the Ganges, a look at a Jain temple, then onto the road for what should have been a relatively easy drive. We got caught at a number of train crossings, in one political rally in a city, and got dead-ended at an unfinished bridge, so arrived in Corbett National Park at sunset. Just a few pictures from the road ...