The ancient city of Bhaktapur was a great site to see. The city dates back to the 1400s and is filled with temples, squares, and markets. It is a popular place for all the tourists to see because it is walkable, for the most part, and rich with history.
A picture in the walled city with our tour guide Babu and Nancy from Malta that was also staying at the same guest house.
A lot of the historical structures were damaged in the earthquake so there was a lot of effort to stabilize things so they could start repairing the damage. A year after the earthquake it appeared that little progress had been made. The construction process here will be a long one.
A local woman was drawing water from a very old well. The water was filthy. This was one of the other problems in Kathmandu. The whole city is on the search for clean water and there just doesn't appear to be enough.
Outside of the temple we found the "holy goats". They were quite large. The locals
told us not to get too close because the goats were known to charge without warning.
At the top of this particular temple we ran into a private school field trip. These kids were all very well spoken in English and absolutely thrilled to talk with us. We felt like celebrities. It was increasingly difficult for our children to deal with people in such close quarters. The people of Nepal have a much closer bubble around them than we are used to so it feels a bit like a mob when you are swarmed by them all at once.