Travel Blogs from Tatopani, Nepal

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Sicknesses due to Tatopani, Tatopani, Nepal travel blog

Sicknesses due to Tatopani

A travel blog entry by paul

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... breakfast and left by 0720. Today is only about 15km but we are ascending slightly. I am happy to leave Tatopani and will be happy to never return. Nepal was not long ago a secluded Himalayan kingdom cut off from the world. So far on the walk we have ...

Trek 1: The warm up, Gosaikunde, Nepal travel blog

Trek 1: The warm up

A travel blog entry by zee

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... the end spend his time ensuring that our every need was attended to. It's very easy to get used to the idea of a servant. In Nepal the English have left behind a fantastic legacy in terms of tea and of service- so very civilised. In comparison, the French ...

Apricot morning up Poon Hill and gettin' down., Tatopani, Nepal travel blog

Apricot morning up Poon Hill and gettin' down.

A travel blog entry by coopertrooper

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... of the valley a landslide had destroyed the steel bridge so we detoured back on our selves and followed a road that finally finished at Tatopani, a full 14 hours after we got up. There are natural hot pools in this town, but we can't tell you what they ...

Annapurna Circuit - Day 16 - Hot Springs, Tatopani, Nepal travel blog

Annapurna Circuit - Day 16 - Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by djchurch

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May 24th - Day 16 - Ghasa (2010 m) to Tatopani (1200 m) Total Kilometres: 183 Today: 13 Some pretty views today. Still no mountains but was able to view beautiful hills and land becoming very lush and green. Morning walk was uneventful with tea ...

Day 4: Kalopani to Tatopani, Tatopani, Nepal travel blog

Day 4: Kalopani to Tatopani

A travel blog entry by youngtravellers

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... -throwing girls (they stopped when I turned and looked stern again...apparently I'm scary...I've been told this before), we arrived at Tatopani.  Our hotel was totally charming in the center of the town's narrow main street.  There was a sort of ...

Day 14, Ghasa to Tatopani, Tatopani, Nepal travel blog

Day 14, Ghasa to Tatopani

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... ' and had lunch. I was feeling loads better, so once we had finished, onwards we went. By three, we had arrived at Tatopani. In Nepali, Tatopani means hotwater. Down the road from the hotel, were a couple of natural hot springs. We had a dip, it was nice ...

Extrrrrrrreeeeeme, Lāngtāng, Nepal travel blog

Extrrrrrrreeeeeme

A travel blog entry by nathalieroy

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... y en a partout ! on a meme ete victime d<une embuscade de singe. Puis, Pashupatinath, le plus important site Hindu du Nepal, au pied de la riviere Bagamati, une des rivieres tributaires du Ganges, dans lequel se refletent les buchers des corps en train ...

Taryn's birthday, Dolakha, Nepal travel blog

Taryn's birthday

A travel blog entry by felishj

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... Taryn and distributed the cookies to the boys. We also asked for the second class if they boys could teach us more about Nepal. So, Kal, Birjang and a few of the others took turns at the whiteboard telling us few facts. After class we walked to ...

Trek Langtang deuxième partie, Kyanjin Gompa, Nepal travel blog

Trek Langtang deuxième partie

A travel blog entry by marco-2010

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   Pour éviter les lieux trop touristiques nous décidons de marcher plus que prévu et pour la peine nous sommes arrivés au bout de la vallée en deux jours à la place de trois… Au moins le troisième jour nous avons pu nous reposer ...

Teaching the boys some contour drawing, Dolakha, Nepal travel blog

Teaching the boys some contour drawing

A travel blog entry by felishj

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... We showed how we greet people and express ourselves in the west and asked the boys to show us how they did the same thing in Nepal so we could see where the differences and similarities lie. At the end of the class we taught the boys a traditional Aussie ...

Bungy Jump!!!, Tatopani, Nepal travel blog

Bungy Jump!!!

A travel blog entry by voresrejse

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... råbet ”Group number 3, get ready!” altoverskyggende. Dette var en af de ting jeg havde glædet mig allermest til ved Nepal og det er noget jeg har haft lyst til at prøve i årevis – nok siden jeg var barn faktisk. Sammen ...

Days Like These - Part IV, In An Unknown Gorge, Nepal travel blog

Days Like These - Part IV

A travel blog entry by trainsnotplanes

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... and all is colour and sound and joyous and filthy and disgustingly, unashamedly alive. I cannot stop smiling. We are in Nepal. We have travelled overland from London to Nepal and all is mayhem and luscious and ridiculously enthralling and I cannot stop ...

"Am I going to die?"

A travel blog entry by aerotrevel

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... I’ve always dreamed about so it was probably when I found out that you can do the highest plunge in South-East Asia in Nepal, that got interested about it. I wasn’t probably so terribly scared about as I could have been, and besides, I had ...

Just hanging out with the boys, Dolakha, Nepal travel blog

Just hanging out with the boys

A travel blog entry by felishj

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Wednesday 23 September This morning we got up ridiculously early at 4.45am because some of the boys had asked us yesterday if we would like to go for a morning walk. We agreed because we didn't want the boys to think we’re lazy. They always get up ...

Culture shock - walking barefoot in goats blood, Dolakha, Nepal travel blog

Culture shock - walking barefoot in goats blood

A travel blog entry by felishj

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... not to wretch. It was interesting to see the rituals that are involved in Dashain. This temple, Bimeshwor is famous throughout Nepal. There is a big stone inside the temple, and it is believed that by studying the stone Nepali’s can predict what ...

Langtang, Langtang, Nepal travel blog

Langtang

A travel blog entry by radsolv

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Langtang Surprisingly Google Maps was able to locate and position a pin on Langtang. Don't know whether there is a town or village of Langtang. I know it as a glacier landing strip in the Langtang Valley not far N of KTM. Being close to KTM it is a ...

socks and sandals, Tatopani, Nepal travel blog

socks and sandals

A travel blog entry by pablito

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Annapurna trek Day 2 By the end of day two I have reached the normal destination for the end of day one. It is only one o'clock but I am tired and I have blisters on the way. I'm beginning to wonder if I'm even on the right track at all since I was ...

Langtang Valley Trek (Kyanjin Gompa), Kyanjin Gompa, Nepal travel blog

Langtang Valley Trek (Kyanjin Gompa)

A travel blog entry by diene

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Am naechsten Tag ist es dann nur noch ein kurzer Trek von etwa 4 Stunden in das absolut faszinierend von schneebedeckten Bergriesen eingebettete Dorf Kyanjin Gompa, auf einer Hoehe von 3880 metern (so hoch wie der Pico del Teide). In diesem beschaulichen ...

Day 3 on the Annapurna Circuit, Tatopani, Nepal travel blog

Day 3 on the Annapurna Circuit

A travel blog entry by desertedisland

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... tells me. Very painful and I'm seriously worried that I've buggered it for the rest of the trip. We get to Tatopani. I'm exhausted. I'm worried about my knee. For various reasons I'm pissed off at Dina. Basically I'm just very tired. Luckily, we ...

Too much tongba, Dolakha, Nepal travel blog

Too much tongba

A travel blog entry by felishj

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Woke up at 7am again and left for Dolka at 8am. On the way we stopped at a rooftop cafe in Charikot for a 'quick' breakfast which ended up taking almost an hour to arrive. Firstly, the things we first picked on the menu weren’t available. Then it ...

Ramche Village, Ramche Village, Nepal travel blog

Ramche Village

A travel blog entry by yushim

From Saga, a 3 hour bus ride to a road side town of Barabise and a 2 hour hike up the hills to get to Ramche ...

Trick or treat, Dolakha, Nepal travel blog

Trick or treat

A travel blog entry by felishj

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Woke up early to breakfast of Dal, rice and veg curry. This morning we said goodbye to the second Auntie (she is pregnant and going to her village to have the baby) We conducted a combined culture and art class where we talked through all the different ...

Fields of wildflowers everywhere, Dolakha, Nepal travel blog

Fields of wildflowers everywhere

A travel blog entry by felishj

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First thing this morning, Auntie and Uncle left the orphanage for the Dashain holidays. We waited with them by the road for the bus to show up and bid them goodbye. We won't be seeing them again as they are going back to their village for 3 weeks. ...

In the Annapurnas, Tatopani, Nepal travel blog

In the Annapurnas

A travel blog entry by anjmahen

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... with cascading waterfalls at every turn. The way was hot and muggy, but luckily we avoided major rainfall. We reached a town called Tatopani which quite possibly was our favorite place. If you know me well enough you can guess the reason based on the ...

I love chapatti, Dolakha, Nepal travel blog

I love chapatti

A travel blog entry by felishj

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We awoke in the morning and opened our window to find a strange old lady staring into our room like we were a display in a zoo. She just kept staring (for at least 5 minutes). We said 'Namaste' to her but she just smiled and kept staring. For breakfast ...

Leg 4 to Tatopani, Tatopani, Nepal travel blog

Leg 4 to Tatopani

A travel blog entry by juliasussams

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... ;and a dusty wind that blew through.  We were just grateful for the increased temperature. Dom was determined to meet us in Tatopani the following day, despite the fact that he was walking and we were taking the bus, so he pushed on.  The rest ...

E I E I O, Dolakha, Nepal travel blog

E I E I O

A travel blog entry by felishj

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Woke early at 6am and walked up to Charikot. Taryn and I wanted to print off some photos we had taken to give to the boys as part of their farewell gift. We also went to the internet place to print off the lyrics to another of the boys' favourite ...

Ramche Village, Ramche Village, Nepal travel blog

Ramche Village

A travel blog entry by yushim

Sugita and I took a 4 hour bus ride to Bahrabise. From there it was about a 2 hour walk uphill to get to Ramche ...

Tongue twisters, Dolakha, Nepal travel blog

Tongue twisters

A travel blog entry by felishj

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Thursday 01 October Slept in till 8am and awoke to a breakfast of dal, rice, chickpea curry and saag. Not sure if it was because I ate too much, but I ended up with diarrhoea (which was luckily gone by the end of the day). We did an oral English class ...

Dashain blessings, Dolakha, Nepal travel blog

Dashain blessings

A travel blog entry by felishj

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Woke up early at 7am and chatted to the boys. Today is another special day for the festival of Dashain...it is the 10th day. To celebrate we were all to receive blessings through a tikka ceremony to be held at the orphanage this morning. The boys got ...

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