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043 Prashant & Bivek
043 Prashant & Bivek
Prashant is wearing black and Bivek is wearing the button down up front. They took me to this lake on a motorcycle (my first ride on a bike!). They're both muscians and their band was actually very popular in Asia, as they've performed concerts in Hong Kong and Singapore and other places. Anyway, Bivek was my knight in shining armor! I had come down with a terrible illness when I was in Nepal. Wait...let me backtack and tell you the story from the beginning. German (my best friend) and I had split up in Kathmandu so he can go hiking. I had wanted to see Pokhara and Mt. Everest, so I decided to go there. But mind you, all I had was just $50 cash (I didn't take money out of the ATM when I was in India). So...to save money and see more of the land I decide to take a bus to Pokhara from Kathmandu. It's TEN hours, on what I didn't realize when I bought the ticket, very windy, narrow, no-barracades-on-the-sides-so-you-can-plummet-to-your-death type of roads. And the bus driver thought he was a NYC taxi driver! There were a hodgepodge of people on this "luxury bus" (it cost me $10) an I was dizzy and so not feeling well by the time we got off for our lunch break. I'm not sure what kind of mystery food I ate, but it seemed ok. Then off I went again...and mind you the view was spectacular! Rice terraced fields, lots of greenery, beautiful people. It was like I was in a time warp! I loved it. But I was thanking the Lord that my journey had ended by the time I got to Pokhara. I was tired and disheveled from being tossed around for 10 hours and ate a local place (meal $3). That's when the misery truly began. I'm not sure where I picked it up, but I picked up something dreadful! By the time I got back to my hotel room, I crashed in bed, and the next thing I knew I was all feverish and couldn't move and ached all over. Again, since my 11 day journey to Nepal was impromptu, I only took a backpack with me and forgot my medical kit - that was left in India. I had no meds and the phone in my room didn't work and I didn't have the energy to walk down the 5 flights of stairs. I knew I was in trouble, but I could barely move. Just to go to the bathroom I was crawling there on my hands and knees. I've had a 104 fever before and this was way worse and way hotter. I estimate it was at least a 105. I think about 2 days passed and my fever still hadn't broken, and I needed help. I crawled down the stairs to the lobby and told the hotel owner I needed help, but he just looked at me like I was being silly (mind you, no matter how sick I am, I almost never look sick....I've been in the emergency room with the need for emergency surgery and people thought I was just a visitor!) and I told him I needed to go to the hospital. He ignored me and I went to the grocery store and spent almost all my money on Dole pineapple juice (the only thing I could recognize that would have Vit C). I then went back to the owner of the hotel and demanded that he place a collect call to my travel agent in Kathmandu. Thankfully Shalu was kind enough to accept my call and contacted her friend (Bivek...the musician and my savior!) to come get me and help me out. He came on a motorcycle an hour later and got me some meds after he warned me not to go to the hospital there. I went back to bed and my fever broke. After that my prince made sure the last 2 of my days in Pokhara were wonderful! He took me sightseeing, took me on a ride on his motorcycle, and took me to a really nice restaurant with entertainment, and when they saw it was him, they asked him if he'd honor them with a little performance, and so he did! He was a very nice guy. =) So yeah, that's my LONG story about a simple picture. What a memory huh?
Priory Square is getting a Facelift - from Martineau Place
Priory Square is getting a Facelift - from Martineau Place
I returned to Priory Square as the other day, I noticed that workmen were painting Priory Square and giving it Facelift. If they are giving it a facelift, it doesn't seem like the Martineau Galleries thing is happening any time soon. I took these shots from the balcony of Martineau Place. Bull Street down below. These buildings always seem to have to sharp spikes on them. Best not to step on them (don't climb the building). Originally this was the Corporation Street shopping precinct, by Frederick Gibberd dating from 1963 - 66. The architect was Gerald Goalen. It is made of Portland stone As of May 2010 - I think it has been re-named The Square. It has been painted black and white.

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