Continued from Part I. The thing I like the most about the Holy Man I talked to is that he is so down to earth. He greeted people passing by. They talked to him like he was a great neighbor. You could tell he was accessible to them. He doesn’t appear to be better than
Something weird has happened today. I guess that is part of traveling. I really need to journal every day, otherwise there is just too much to cover. So today is the first day I truly traveled by myself. The past three days, I have been sight seeing with the friend I made from the hostel.
Today marks the second day of me being in Nepal, I feel like Alice in wonderland. I and a friend I made from the hostel wondered the narrow alleyways to Durbar Square, where the kings used to live. I would say that I had a good glimpse of Nepalese life today by walking through the
I arrived at Kathmandu at around 11am Friday August 11th. I was sleeping on the way (It was a long journey from San Francisco to Guangzhou, China then to Nepal) and woke up when we were already approaching the ground. Damn it, I thought. I missed the view of the city from the sky, but