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Along the trek – Villages and People

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Firewood is stored on rooftops

Inside a Buddhist Monastery

Inside a Buddhist Monastery

Traditional Tibetan style home

Traditional Tibetan style home

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A training wheel to get started on the hoop game, shown below

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Mule saddles

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Painter with cows, cows roam everywhere

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Entrance to the village, Samar.

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My favorite place in the tea house, the kitchen. The stove uses firewood so it’s always warm.

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Tibetan architecture

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Village school

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Used to make tea. Masala spice, hot milk and sugar is placed inside, then mixed, it is very tasty.

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Playing spin around the prayer wheel

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Shoe rack

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For larger trekking groups, mules are used instead of porters

For larger trekking groups, mules are used instead of porters

A popular game, a loose wire is looped around a hoop that you have to chase, I tried and it isn't easy

A popular game, a loose wire is looped around a hoop that you have to chase, I tried and it isn’t easy

2 thoughts on “Along the trek – Villages and People

  1. Looking at this makes me want to go there. Thank you for sharing!

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