Tag Archive: Bhaktapur

Noticing the Unusual

Chuck Jones advices us to “eschew the ordinary, disdain the commonplace. If you have a single-minded need for something, let it be the unusual, the esoteric, the bizarre, the unexpected“. These words can… Continue reading

A Closer Look

All there is to thinking is seeing something noticeable, which makes you see something you weren’t noticing, which makes you see something that isn’t even visible. – Leo Strauss – The same can… Continue reading

The People of Bhaktapur

Life in Bhaktapur, Nepal flows at a slower pace, despite the honking impatience of motorised vehicles that intrude upon it with an intolerance that seems out of place in a city where people always have time for social… Continue reading

Bhaktapur: City of Devotees

Just after 4.30 am, when the night sky turns to charcoal, life gradually starts to spill out onto the streets of Bhaktapur, Nepal’s best preserved Medieval town. A man shuffles past my open… Continue reading