Life in a bookshop – By Suzy and Toto

It’s only our third week running. So far, we have been asked the following:

–          Ooohh is that (pointing at our furniture outlet upstairs) a café? A restaurant? What?

–          Is this Peljhorkhang? I think the signboard states that it isn’t.

–          This isn’t Megah? No, Megah’s downstairs.

–          Do you have guidebooks? No, but you’ll get them at Megah, at Kuenjung…

–          Do you have guidebooks? No, sorry but we’ve got many other books to read!

–          How much do I have to pay for membership? Membership?

–          Can you sponsor a book I’m trying to get published? I don’t know… maybe you could sponsor mine.

–          Is this a library? No, it’s a bookshop.

–          Whose dogs are these?

–          Do these dogs bite?

–          Are these your dogs?

–          Do you sell envelopes? No but we sell books…

–          Oh I’m not buying anything, just waiting for someone to pick me up. Oh alright.

–          You should open a café. I will, maybe soon.

–          Daju, dhai cha?(brother, do you have curd)

–          Do you sell prayer books?


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A living dream... this blanket of books... ~ bookstore owner

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Closed on Mondays but open every other day,
from 10:30a to 8:30p

Lunch break: 1:00p to 2:00p

Tel: 326475
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Every Thursday at 6:00p, a group of us meet to discuss books/short stories/articles/poetry together with a beverage of choice.


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