6th July Durbar Square


This afternoon we decided to visit Durbar Square, this was one of the most effected areas of the earthquake and the buildings range from 2000 years old to the newest being over 100.  I came to this place in 2013 and was really taken by it.  The area is a unesco heritage site and is protected.  The living goddess also lives there with her family – google the story it’s fascinating!

So after our jungle trek the calfs aren’t really up to the walk so we jump in a rickshaw, the film is on my camera which I can’t upload to the ipad yet but I will.  The driver was so chatty, to the point where I had to say turn round! Just before we ran into the back of a van eeekkkk.  I learned he has two daughters, aged 21 and 14, the youngest is learning to write in…

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