Bhaktapur

Bhaktapur is Nepal’s third largest city, and often called the medieval city. There is also a Durbar Square in the city, which is where we went walking around. Temples, courtyards and squares are all over, with cobblestone streets around the town. Also had their famous ‘juju dhau’ – ‘the king of curds’ (yogurt), eaten from a small clay cup.


Outside the gates to Durbar Square
Old bath house for the royals
Three-year old girl, made up for the holidays
Boy flying kite on top of roof; kite spindles
Puppet hanging in a window
Sweet treats – fried dough
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