Heading to Kyumi
Landruk Travel Blog› entry 10 of 16 › view all entries
May 6th, 2010 – by: sookeldoo
The entire mountain was cultivated & planted with maize & rice & probably other crops but I didn't notice. We didn't see too many animals grazing. We did see lots of steps & rocks, and we drank gallons of water. I haven't mentioned the toilets yet, have I? Hmmm, should I go there?
They smell. Daughter explained the technique. You squat, you rinse off with the container of water in the bucket beside the squat, you pat dry with your own toilet paper & you dispense of this 'clean' paper in the receptacle provided. You do not put the paper down the hole because that stuffs up whatever process is in place. Hmmm. I regret that people like me can't do that. How can you pour water in that area without drenching your trousers? You can't take them off because the floor is soaking wet & there's nowhere to put them. The result is that the receptacles fill with smelly toilet paper that make the rooms absolutely pong & that makes you tense up & unable to release the body waste that you went into the toilet to dispose of. People like me should not go to Nepal without my own toilet on my back.
We arrived at Kyumi at around 10am, totally stuffed & decided to stay the day. We slept for hours.
Join TravBuddy to leave comments, meet new friends and share travel tips!