‘B & B CH. 33’

lunch in Kathmandu, Nepal. Backpacks and Bra Straps

Instead we often treated ourselves to pasta in a restaurant on the second floor of a building that was tucked away in the middle of the city’s chaos. It appeared to have been decorated by gypsies; huge
wagon-wheel candleholders and black lights from the 1970s hung above us, making the fairy paintings on
the walls glow, and beaded curtains glittered around cushioned floor seating.

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