It’s cold. This tropical human being is shivering.
But at last, I’m seeing the Himalayas in the rooftop of the guest house.. I saw it before when I was in Darjeeling, India but it was an inch small only..but now that I’m in Kathmandu, its already around 3 inch from where I’m at.. I’m seeing the top of the world alright
*pats self at back*
It’s taking a while for me to adjust specially now that my comfort Filipino food of skyflakes and pansit canton is slowly going out of supply, but I think I’m gonna be okay with dahl, baht, torkari, roti, and gorum chai.. It was my staple food when I was in Kolkta, India and I eat anything anyway..
So far despite chilly weather, and crowded streets, I take comfort in the thought that I’m being spoiled in the guest house where I’m at.. $8 dollar a day for a big bedroom with 2 beds is of great value :D
I’ll be in Nepal for 2 months.. Initially I will volunteer in a school, then I’ll travel afterwards… of course on a shoestring budget, I’m sticking to $10/day, other people did it, the local people here I’m sure can do it.. so am I.. wish me luck!