India and Nepal have few things in common including border, religion, food and even language in some parts. What India needs to learn from Nepal is the cleanliness of their streets, absence of cows and their faeces below feet, which is noticeable even in small towns. In return India could establish good train network and big buses, which after my arrival to Nepal I started to miss. Because of its inconvenience I’ve immediately rented a motorbike on which I drove around the city and nearby places, including Dhulikhel. Similarly to Bhaktapur streets are full of old leaning to one side brick houses, women in red clothes, supported by stilts narrow alleyways and a quiet but tough life.