As we had to cancel our weekend trip to jungles of Chitwan because of hot weather there we decided not to stay at home on Saturday but to visit another place and we went to Hattiban. It is a hill just 15 km from the Kathmandu. The top of the hill is covered with a forest which reminded me so very much of the forests in Belarus: though not same but very similar- looking trees and same smell of needles in the air. The name of the place literally means "elephant forest" and it is said that in the former times there were many elephants living there. However there is another version that the shape of the hill itself resembles an elephant.
I wore a cotton skirt in nice green colour and with large pockets, a floral print cotton T-shirt and a straw hat decorated with flowers. As there were many paths in the forest I didn't have to wade through, so I felt very comfortable in the outfit.
There is a hotel on the territory of the forest where one can stay overnight but we just dropped it at their restaurant to have a bottle of Sprite.
Spotted this cute little bird there
You might have started wondering what "red-hot skinnies" in the title of the post means. Well, according to the Nepalese calendar today is the first day of the new 2070. So, yesterday it was a New Year's Eve and in the evening we went for a dance party. I didn't take my camera with me and just took a few photos at home before leaving. I wore red skinny jeans that I had been looking for some time and finally have found, and a very sparkly black top. Plus a sparkly bangle on my hand. A very New Year-rish outfit :)
Have a nice day! Linking up with Patti's Visible Monday. Come and check out what other ladies wore.