There I rented a room. Talk about a room! It was not a room at all. It has holes everywhere. It is a mud house. And the roof also has holes. You could see sun and stars. You don’t have to go out to look at. So I called that like a “billion-star hotel.” Then I cooked outside. I cooked some protein in a big pot. And I cooked a big pot of rice, and I’d eat every day a little bit. Sometimes I’d buy some (vegan) bread or made the bread from the tsampa, from the powder, barley powder, roasted barley power, which is very common in the Tibetan community. They ate that with tea, with butter tea.