Goodbye Kathmandu

お寺のステゥパー Buddhist StupaIt was a privileged to be your guest. You gave the best of what you had. I appreciate that. From here I take this last opportunity to visit my grandparents and extended family in Turkey. My heart-of-hearts needed this unique time to understand my Turkish family and my place in it as an adult. I will study the world’s most “delightful” language and reinforce family ties as a man. This is one of the most important things I could do before I settle down. One day, I guess, I will have to explain to my own children about their heritage. After this experience, I hope I can not only tell them what it is, but be able to show them what it means.

 

 

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One Response to Goodbye Kathmandu

  1. Mats Liekens says:

    Your time in Nepal is over?Take care; you might become a terrible person.

    Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2014 10:22:24 +0000 To: desmurfenzijnblauw@hotmail.com

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