27 November 2011

Space invader

If you're into street art then you know who space invader is. So far we've seen his work in Kathmandu and all over Varanasi. Of course it's hard to know if it's a real space invader or if it's someone copying his thing. But I'm pretty sure most of the one we've seen is real.



22 November 2011

A paus for a portion of western culture

Ok enough of this travel talk for a while. Today we went to the cinema to watch TinTin. Both me and Malli been longing for this movie for so long and our expectations were higher than Mount Everest. Aaaannnnd.... Bombombombom... (epic drum roll) It was really good! Every frame is like a feast for your eyes. A sprinkle of caramel. The details and the tempo is just amazing. I'm very impressed how good it looks and they totally captured the humor from the comics. But (it's always a but) I had a hard time to follow the story. Maybe the tempo was a little bit too fast or it's because I'm not familiar with the story about the unicorn but it's still so entertaining!

One big minus to the cinema we went to tho. In the middle of the movie they stopped it for a commercial brake.. WHAT THE FUCK! A brake in a movie just 1,5 hours long??? What a stupid, stupid thing. But what do I know maybe they always do that in cinemas in Nepal. It's really annoying that's for sure.



20 November 2011

This is the end of India

Ok I wrote this epic blog entry about what I've been doing the last month in India but for some fucking reason it just dissapered and I'm not gonna write it again. Sucks for you.

We met Ben, simon and camill; a Swiss and two French guys. They're really cool with a lot of energy and great company. We travelled with them for the last weeks in India which by the way doing my head in right now. I had enough of sneaky and greedy Indians, stinky garbage on the streets and stomping in cow shit. I love India but for now, I had enough. Really looking forward to Nepal. New country, new faces, new adventures.

The photos below is my effort of recapping the last month in India. I'm tired now, fuck this, good night.






Chess, ice coffee and cigarettes in the sunset became a nice routine

Burned out hippies jamming prob like they've always done..