From Dharamsala to Nepal
It’s my 5th time in Nepal in just 4 years. Indian visa was ending so I bought tickets on bus from Dharamsala to Delhi, on train to Gorakhpur in advance and then planned to hire jeep to Nepali border.
My favourite Dharamsala, view from my window
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I was in Angkor Wat several times and once I saw a group of Cambodian ballet dancers posing for tourists in the last courtyard near the main temple. Tower was closed that day but view of exotic dancers was more than rewarding for missing chance to climb upstairs.
Thais are very practical people and use everything for their profit. One more evidence I saw on Saturday bazaar on main square of Chiang Mai. One guy near the gate to Old City was selling souvenirs made from used Coke’s cans. Such practicality!
In downtown Yangon there is golden Sule stupa, said to be many thousands years old. I don’t believe it’s so old, likely some hundreds years but it’s pretty landmark reminding visitors about Buddhist heritage of Myanmar.