Getting to know KTM
In regular intervals throughout our 10 weeks in Nepal, we spent a lot of time wandering around Kathmandu. She became familiar to me… One of many benefits of slow travel.
Although, if one riffles through our camera, it looks like we did a lot of shopping and not much else!
rock carving.. incredible
WATER BREAK! (yup everybody drinks from those red and green cups)
NAPTIME (for them, not us)
it was a difficult decision but we decided not to buy any musical instruments
didn’t faze the fellas– everyone still wanted a picture!
looks like this guy has a case of the fuckits.
this dude too
oh, don’t be shy
even locals can be tourists too.
Favorite place to eat in KTM: Tandoori. Favorite dish: Sahi Paneer!
Manning the oven. This place serves delectable naan and roti bread
When Toby asked the bouncer if the shower was hot or cold, he just shrugged… so enter at your own risk!
Durbar Square at night
(taken on a different night)
the market around Durbar