While in India, what I missed most about Nepal was the food. There is nothing like the food you've been eating throughout your life. And there is no replacing a plate of Nepali Thali. I was a big time Dal-bhat fan ever since I learnt to chew and I've devoured it throughout my life.
More often than not, good food is what makes life much more fun and serves as a great reason to meet with friends and go out and have a good laugh over the silly things in life. You won't believe this but few years back I used to deem food as a burden. I'd think to myself why people need to eat. I'd suggest that there shouldn't be a feeling such as hunger; without hunger there would be no urge to eat, no food. And then I met friends who were foodies and who loved the idea of indulging in tasteful food. Their indulgence rubbed off on me and now I'm a proud foodie too. Whatever you got just bring it on the table, I'm your lady!
These sets of photos come from that evening when I went to grab a wrap of Falafel with my friends at Thamel but I don't have any photos to share. That's a shame!
|And it happens to be a Dragon year this year. Bought these grotesque earrings from India.|
|Say hello to my new boots from Envy. I love every little detail of it. It helps that it's super comfy!|
Photos by Sagar Chitrakar
I will soon be coming up with the second edition of the monthly quiz so do look forward to participating. Yankey and I have more great prizes to give away =)
Tomorrow's going to be a great Friday for me and I'll update all of you on the evening.
Till then, happy Thursday!