Simply Hashing – Bhimdhunga, Kathmandu


My favorite thing to do in Nepal thus far has been hashing.  It has been a way to experience different parts of life in this country and only needing to drive just outside of the valley.  I have never ran a hash because I enjoy having the opportunity to slowly pass through little villages, talking to some locals and snapping photos snippets of their daily lives.

Just like people everywhere, they are caught up with what is going on directly in their world.  However, unlike many people in many places it does not involve television, cell phones or for that matter, nearly any form of technology.  Their lives are hard and simple at the same time.  No matter what though, as soon as you give them a smile and a namaste… they will return the same to you with their sweet nature showing through.  I hope you enjoy.

Other simple posts about random people from Daily Post and others inspired by Where’s My BackPack : Simplify

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