Emma and Elizabeth stayed with Sabita and Bee Striit from January 15th to the 18th, and then stayed with friends at the Tibetan refugee camp from the 19th to the 28th.
Paljorling camp has a beautiful monastery.
After the girls had settled in, they went into town to get some lunch.
Adorable Emma is adorable.
Apparently the reason why the power lines are such a clusterfuck in Nepal is because when one stops working, they just string a new one up to bypass it instead of searching out the old one and repairing it. Crazy.
This handsome fellow is decorated for a local festival. We can’t find any info on what festival it was, but our best guess is that it was a local version of Kukur Tihar, the Day of the Dog.
Or, as Emma said, “It coulda been a temple dog that had a birthday, for all I know.”
To be continued!