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Nov 13, 2011 - Exploring Kathmandu - Patan, Bhaktapur, and Fresh Nepal Orphanage

I didn't realize vacations could be more exhausting than work...ha! But, it was a GREAT, fun-filled day! Sleeping in new places is always an experience. I found out that after a certain time (must have been after 1am) they cut off the water supply....yup, found that out after I went to bathroom and went to wash my hands. NO water came out and it worked just hours before.  So, I had a very unique wake up call....water came rushing out of the sink at 6 am! Yes, I guess that is when they turn it back on. So, once I turned off the water i...

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May 18, 2009 - Baktapur

Took a taxi to Baktapur, which means "city of devotees". This world heritage site is a collection of Buddhist and Hindu temples, former palaces and buildings mostly dating from the 15th century. It's a beautiful, old city full of windy, narrow alleyways and is pleasant to walk around as it's (mostly) closed off to traffic.

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Apr 1, 2008 - Bakhtapur

Bakhatpur es otro pueblo historico/religioso cerca (45 min) de KTM. Tiene varios palacios/templos/casas antiguas simpaticas, aunque ya todo empieza a verse similar a las anteriores. Hay uno que otro templo con esculturas eroticas que atraen a los turistas. Lamentablemente este dia me olvide mi camara en el hostal, asi que no pude tomar fotos, lo cual al final es mucho mas relajado porque te concentras solo en mirar y acordarte de lo que viste. Aca tambien te abordan miles de 'guias'. Despues de mandar rodar a varios, llego uno que tendria...

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