Nepal Homestay - Muna'S Family
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... set to begin at 11:00 but at that time it looked like we would only be having 2 guests to the meeting :( but anyhow the meeting did not start at 11:00. I don't know if it was delayed on purpose in the hopes of more guests or not but more did come! Quite a few more. They started by showing the first half of Walk by Faith Not by Sight movie then they did an abbreviated WT study followed by the public talk and then a bible ...
... I've kicked one of their dogs, but, I feel they know they had the stuff set up incorrectly and I escape with my life, no Kukri held to my throat for the broken cups. Dale and I return to the hotel after the morning soiree to the shops, my knee is at the limit of endurance. We also find the market on prayer wheels a little dearer today, so as with any market, we wait until the supply v demand thing comes into play and we purchase at a ...
... sweating and panting my way through the jungle. However, once we broke through the tree line mid way through our 3rd day of hiking, we were instantly rewarded with fantastic views of Machupuchre, a holy mountain otherwise known as Fishtail because its double peak resembles, what else, a fish's tail!
Our third night was spent at High Camp huddled around a wood burning stove, trying to stay warm. Around 4000m, this was not the highest we ...
... all of the people, masses of humanity going about their business in their own crazy chaotic way brought back so many great memories. The loads they carry on their backs and necks is crazy. Appliances, construction materials, goods of all descriptions weighing hundreds of pounds. You can see the strain in their necks and legs as they maneuver through the chaos. The streets were dust and horns and noise and smells. Selling of flutes, pots, pans, clothes, marigolds, fairy floss, ...
The day began with me freezing. It had snowed a bit over night. In my sleeping bag I was fine but as soon as I got out, I was super cold. After breakfast we went again to Ribo Bhumpa monastery above the village to see if it was open. We got to go in and the main deity was Guru Rinpouche. Outside we got some great views of the valley as it was more clear than it had been ...