Nepal Homestay - Muna's Family
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... into the atmosphere of this country. We learnt a lot through this experience, we now understand more, and we became more open to different traditions and cultures. Later this afternoon we came back to our hotel, we met with our tour guide Ram and discussed the plan for the next day. It was an excellent sightseeing day which we finished in the restaurant near the hotel, again with a lovely meal and few drinks. The sweet Baileys and/or rum with ice cream was our choice of dessert/drink ...
Today we said goodbye to Dr Renee as she heads back to Italy. Last night there was another festival. A few drinks on the roof turned into another singalong with the super talented Luke on the guitar. Playing mostly Nepali and Hindi songs that him, Kiran and Alve sang along to, Renee and I were taken with how beautiful they are. Both the stories they tell (when roughly translated) and the music itself. And Luke really is incredibly talented at playing the ...
... and the style of the trousers. It was also a little bit more expensive than you would expect to pay in the tourist tailors of Thailand (but still cheaper than an average off-the-shelf suit from home), so I’m also hoping it is better quality...! Anja insisted there is no way it can be worse than my last suit so she was happy. I had to come back in 6 days for a trial.
Other than this, we did a bit of shopping, donated some of ...
Today was a verrrrry long day. We started at 7ish, had a break for lunch and didn't get to our accommodation until 4pm. But we made it to base camp....yeah!! Our accommodation was at 5100 metres and Base Camp is at 5364 meters. With the mixture of sun and snow yesterday almost everyone got burnt. Some third degree burns, Courtz included. Just as she is getting over the tummy bug, she got burnt all ...
... und in der Regel mal wieder ohne Gehweg und im Stadtzentrum (der Hauptstadt!) sind die Straßen oft nicht geteert, sondern nur Staubstraßen mit endlosen Schlaglöchern.
Am Abend stoß Lauren dann zu uns, eine Freundin von Bobby, welche zusammen mit uns Kathmandu erkunden und dann die 8-Tage-Wanderung machen wollte. Am nächsten Tag mussten wir zunächst die letzten Vorbereitungen für den Trek vornehmen und somit endeten wir in einem von hundert ...