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!

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rock carving.. incredible
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WATER BREAK! (yup everybody drinks from those red and green cups)
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NAPTIME (for them, not us)
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it was a difficult decision but we decided not to buy any musical instruments
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didn’t faze the fellas– everyone still wanted a picture!
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looks like this guy has a case of the fuckits.
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this dude too
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oh, don’t be shy
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thereyago!
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even locals can be tourists too.
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puppet mania
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Favorite place to eat in KTM: Tandoori. Favorite dish: Sahi Paneer!
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Manning the oven. This place serves delectable naan and roti bread
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When Toby asked the bouncer if the shower was hot or cold, he just shrugged… so enter at your own risk!
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Durbar Square at night
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(taken on a different night)
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the market around Durbar
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