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Scott in Nepal: Day 4, May 12 - Scott's Perspective
Share this: Happy Mother’s Day Mom! One of the toughest parts of living overseas is not being able to see parents as much as I’d like. We’re quite lucky considering the distance and manage to see one another at least once a year but it would still be nice to see Mom today and give her a hug. Approaching 21:00 here which is getting late by Nepali standards and the time I’ve been keeping at Mads and Clare’s place so this entry will be quick. Had a nice lazy day, got up at 05:30 due to some of their guests departing early, had some breakfast, read and enjoyed the soft grass that forms their lawn for a nap which is becoming a nice afternoon habit. Lunch was with some friends of Mads and Clare from Holland and Denmark who popped-up, then got some more reading in and finally a late afternoon bike ride. Mads made sure I got on the bike despite being tired from the last two days and we had a nice 14km ride, the same one we did on Day 2 here. Still climbing super slow but felt a bit better this time around and it was truly a treat to ride through a pine forest, which is a very nice change from the concrete of Bangkok. While reading Beer School today I read a passage that did a pretty good job of summing-up partnerships in business and the stresses that can result with perceived work loads …