The last few days have been a mix of wanderings and plans. We have been looking for the plywood panels to mount my 'Endangered Species' work on. Everything here has its own flavour. The plywood is peeling at the edges, locally made screws have faint threads on them and I haven't quite decided what the paint we are going to use smells like.
|The banks of the river|
|The microbus driver|
|The microbus driver, young boy and child, Kathmandu|
|Photo: Eeva Wornell iPhone 645Pro|
|Young Kathmandu boy|
|Man in the street, Kathmandu|
|Cinderella Beauty Parlour|
|Crystal (as in clear) Beauty parlour|
|Crystal Beauty Parlour|
On the way back into Patan, we crossed another small bridge and the fast flowing water was more pungent that earlier. Tapio tells me that the PH of this material can be as high as 3. That means a caustic bath that will burn your skin off.
|The 'favela' type dwellings under the high rise apartments under construction.|
|Shanty village at the edge of the river|