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... only without a sled. Just a bum and good waterproof trousers. It beat trying to plod down. Eventually we left the wide open bowls of snow and frozen lakes and headed relentlessly down a narrow snow covered trail that clung to a steep mountainside and had more than its fair share of ups and downs. We reached Phedi for lunch. Phedi was one small dismal teahouse.
The next stop, Ghopte, was reputedly another 4 hours ...
... the walk up to the viewpoint, I got chatting to an elite group of army commando trainers who are based here. Not a set of lads to mess with but we had a good conversation about my age, Colchester garrison and the Gorkha regiment. I cannot really put into words the majesty of these mighty Himalayan peaks. It is not just something to see but something to feel emotionally and spiritually moved by. Photos to ...
... toes totally as there was no blistering or anything but I had somewhat frozen them a bit. Therefore, I'm supposed to soak them morning and night and apply this cream that he gave me. He said not to worry about my vital readings as I was in good health. Thus after only about a half hour and about $70 Canadian for the consultation and cream, I walked out of there. How many clinics ...
Just as we were getting ready for yoga this morning Gopini came down and handed me her mobile phone - I actually answered "Hello Dad" as Merin and I had been laughing about his uncanny ability to track me down. It was Durga however, with a plan for our departure. He would be arriving shortly to take any volunteers on his first run to Dhulikhel. With the festival and the uncanny unreliability of the Nepali way of doing things, we are short a car. It ...
... Butwal towards Pokhara and this 160 odd KMs are completely mountain road and you can't cover more than 30 KMs per hour if it does not rain. If it rains you can cover around 25 KMs per hour. In our case, we took almost 2.5 hours for the last 40KMs odd stretch as it looked like the rain god was very angry on us, it was pitch dark and we could not lift our helmet wiser owing to the rain. The only light that we ...