|This is my 'Scootie.'|
|Notice all the people behind the string? The line was out to the street!|
Tip from Nepal: A Tourist's Manual: The guidelines for selecting a place to eat are twofold. First, it should have an actual front door rather than a pull down, metal door. They are more likely to have running water, which makes eating there less of a risk. Second, if you want to eat at a good, local restaurant with great, local prices try to find a restaurant with the sign in both English and Nepali. If it's just in English you will pay tourist prices. If it's just in Nepali you may get more than you bargain for. 'Bacteria? I don't see any bacteria.' If you think I am exaggerating just look again at the second picture of the scooter above. Do you see the man behind it proudly picking his nose? I have never seen a society of proud nose-pickers like they have here in Nepal. Joining the club is almost a requirement.
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