Lumbini Bimble

Beez Neez
Skipper and First Mate Millard (Big Bear and Pepe)
Thu 12 Apr 2018 22:57
Lumbini Bimble
 
 
 
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Sunrise this morning and later a really good breakfast.
 
 
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Life below at full-swing......
 
 
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The bus station simply made us grateful that we have a car coming for us for our next leg to Bardia. Around the corner, all brightness in mostly red.
 
 
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Piles spring up overnight.
 
 
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Even on the ‘high street’ piles appear.
 
 
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Push bikes work hard but not as hard as tuk tuks and motorbikes are seen as limitless in capability.
 
 
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Bear settled to a light lunch of mo mo, little packets of flour with veggie and in this case chicken served with a dangerous sauce. They can be fried or boiled and are incredibly cheap, therefore popular.
 
 
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Just then, the waiter watered the street to reduce the dust.
 
 
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A chain reaction as next door did it too.
 
 
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Off we set.
 
 
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Asked if we would care to lookie-look in a shop, I graciously declined.
 
 
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We could have hired a bike for the whole day at just a pound, that will be a firm no, thank you.
 
 
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Back at the bus station, Bear shot to the right, I need to buy Coke, I need a stiff drink. Time to move on then. Ooooo YES.........
 
 
 
 
ALL IN ALL JUST AS WELL BUDDHA WAS BORN HERE.............
                     FEELS LIKE A STRANGE EXPERIENCE OF A TOWN