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Me and Reshma

 

Since I travelled this time, something convinced me to belive that the world is so small or at least Nepal is small as in one month, we had met the same people by co-incident for many times.

But I'm not sure ...

the world's small or actually we're connected?

We met Ratna, our guide again in Pokara by co-incident. We met another guide who works in the same company as Ratna again in Thamel. We met two people in Langtang and met them again in Tibetian Restaurant in Pokara two weeks later. We met two people who we're back to Kathmandu together from Langtang and again in Thamel. And we met three friends in India, said good bye but one day we met again in Nepal, three of us. Then we left again and then we met again and again.

Reshma is one of them. She's indian-english woman who quit her job in England to travel alone one year through SEA. This time we had more time to hang out again so she took me to a nice restaurant and pub in Thamel where her guy loves it. It's Islaelian restaurant, OR2K.

This place is nice, also nice to have lunch and dinner with her before leaving Kathmandu. Reshma is a friendly friend also brave to travel alone for one year. Admiring! We hope we'll see again some day somewhere, maybe in Bangkok or maybe in England. 

 

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Me and Reshma
Me and Reshma
Hehe Reshma taught me how to play …
Hehe Reshma taught me how to play…
OR2K
OR2K
OR2K
OR2K
Me and Reshma at OR2K
Me and Reshma at OR2K
OR2K
OR2K
OR2K
OR2K
OR2K
OR2K
Ale and the guide
Ale and the guide
I forgot his name. Hes not our gu…
I forgot his name. He's not our g…
Reshma And I
Reshma And I
At OR2K
At OR2K
Reshma, lovely girl.
Reshma, lovely girl.
OR2K
OR2K
OR2K menu
OR2K menu
OR2K Menu, nice.
OR2K Menu, nice.
Fotgot the name of this salad but …
Fotgot the name of this salad but…
Reshma :)
Reshma :)
My dinner.
My dinner.
:)
:)
1,110 km (690 miles) traveled
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