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... the hotel as we were meeting a couple of guys from the Himalayan Social Journey company at 6 for a final dinner for the end of our tour. After a very nice, but very rushed final Nepali meal of dal baht (this time including wild boar) we were back at the hotel for quick showers then our driver picked us up at 8.30 to take us to the airport. As it turned out, our flight has been delayed an hour and we were fairly quick checking in and getting through ...
... along the river to the already prepared wooden pyres. When they are laid on the pyre, firstly, a flame ignites a preparation placed in the mouth. The flaming torch is then placed under the wooden pyre to set it alight. The body is then covered with more wood and plenty straw and left to burn to ashes. Very moving. We met a lovely couple from Canada at breakfast, Tom and his wife Denise. We all just clicked and though we only spent a few hours together, felt as if we had known them all our ...
... of about 5-7 years. They yelled hello as we merged onto the road and headed away from them and we greeted them in return. But then one of them came up to me and started walking next to me, grabbing my hiking pole and asking if I had chocolate (of course I didn’t – the chocolate I had brought with me didn’t survive past the 7th day). I politely said no and asked him to let go of my pole as we continued to head down the road. I had to tug ...
... of the pack. It turned out it was probably the slowest so every now and again I turned to my side only to have the camel behinds face right next to me, it's teeth were so disgusting! Despite this, the camel ride was really fun, we rode through the desert at sunset, Charlie leading the group on his reliable and sensible camel as we headed for a campground where we saw a magician (this my challenge) which was his catchy catchphrase! There was a local gypsy group who performed ...
... since that I’ll fated trip to Oxford street I made with my mate Stash one Xmas eve at university to do our christmas shopping. Never. Again! However this time being a good foot taller than everyone else I cold at least see where I wanted to go. I’d been unclenching over the last few days as I slowly get used to the Nepali just being nice and not wanting to scam me all the time, right on queue enter stage left a Nepali guy asking us where we are from. I smelt a ...