Ananda Yoga Center
Travel Blogs from Kathmandu
... cautiously and slowly, and constantly Gocool has to stop and wait for me to
catch up. Mariana waves frantically when I approach. The road seems to go on
forever. I wonder when on earth will we hit the city centre. The beautiful
colours of the day are now completely lost, this is an intense black horror
Once we hit the main city centre the traffic intensifies
even more and keeping up with them is extremely difficult. Several times the
engine of ...
... s right – I saw Mt Everest, the highest mountain in the world the cheater’s way, riding in an airplane. It was still totally amazing. Unfortunately, it’s monsoon season and there was a lot of cloud, so we only saw the top part of the highest mountains poking above the clouds. It looked really beautiful to see them that way though.
After a nap, out to see more of Kathmandu!
... on with my gorgeously crazy kiwi friend in Phat Kath about these alignments, and how I thought for me they were having a nice effect on my love for myself and other people. Occasionally interrupted by the melancholy ramblings of the peruvian writer, I remember feeling so peaceful and full of love. Then suddenly something amazing happened.
A beautiful guy came in and sat next to my friend...I'd never met him before but I was really drawn ...
Remember me?? The girl who got here 2 days ago, cried and said what the **** gave I done?? Well high me please cos I am proud of me! Walking back through Thamel with Sanju, carefully taking note of directions I spotted an internet cafe. I (bravely) told Sanju that I would see him back at the house. Being the sweetheart he is, he told me to phone him if I was lost.
So, not only did i go into an internet cafe ...
... out in red baseball caps, a marketing man's dream. On the plane we found that our seats had been double booked with a Nepali guy, and although we failed in our attempt to get upgraded ("we don't mind sitting in THOSE seats") we were put in the front row with the extra legroom, the third time in the last four flights we've lucked out in this way. It wasn't long before we were on the Tarmac and heading off east, to begin the next stage of our adventure. South Asia? ...