Other than looking at mountains there isn’t much to in Nagarkot so I decided to head back to Katmandu to sort a few things out before starting the tour. I got a lift with the people I met in Nagarkot back to Bhaktapur and then a mini van back to Katmandu.
Question – how many people can you fit in a 13 seat mini van?
Answer – between 32 and 34! Yep, it was pretty crowded in there!
Some random photos from Katmandu:
Katmandu round two is going much better than my first day, I’m feeling a lot more relaxed and am not getting hassled half as much. I’ve done some laundry and got some more clothes (because I had to wash all my other ones)…
I’m really chuffed with my shopping, I got a lovely long red skirt with embroidery on it and a black cotton top. I couldn’t find a black long sleeved top that didn’t make me look like a sack of potatoes so I will be showing off a bit of arm in India – I’m sure it will be ok!
Ok – time to go. The PCs are painfully slow here so I am not sure how much time I will have to update the blog in the next 2 weeks – it might have to wait until I get to Delhi.