Gai Jatra is one of my favorite festivals in Nepal. It's actually a festival about death, but it's upbeat and profound when you understand it. Last year I found Gai Jatra to be a bit tiring and expensive. Just for a couple beers and a few more soft drinks and it was well over $20 due to ‘festival pricing.’ It was hard to get the shade sitting on the rooftop with just umbrellas over the tables.
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