Nepal_Guesthouses_and_Beds

The Annapurna Circuit is a "tea house" to "tea house" trek.  Originally, people camped along the trail and visited the small tea houses like the ones in the first few photos.  Many of the trekkers started to sleep on the floors and benches (photo 3) in the common area.  As the tea house owners made... Continue Reading →

Nepal_bathrooms

Bathroom, restroom, toilet,  los servicios, the loo, outhouse, the lavatory, or the washroom usually not a topic covered in blogs or even in many travel books.  Since some of my friends have not yet traveled outside the US, I thought I would share some knowledge about bathrooms in other countries.  And then during the Olympics, some... Continue Reading →

Nepal_ Reuse

Most of the people who live in Nepal live very simple lives and do not have the over abundance of stuff that most Americans do. Therefore, the need for reuse and repurposing is at the heart of all that the do and is based more on utilitarian need and not on decorating. At almost every... Continue Reading →

Nepal_Fun

Games, toys, children and other things that made me smile. We learned to play carrom at one of the guest houses and saw many groups of boys playing it on the streets as we drove back into Kathmandu. I saw lots of children hoop rolling in the streets; I had only read about this and... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑