Hidden Paradise Guest House
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... and I, proud of our navigating skills, continued up the path for a while and kept following it until we reached a dead end. I checked the map on my phone and it turned out we were way off path. We weren't sure how far we would have to back track so we decided to just cut straight through the bush up the mountain. Not the best day to wear my sandals which are already falling apart. After a few small cuts, steep slopes ...
... was overtaken by a Royal Enfield & a scooter, followed by their passengers walking behind. They tried to get up with their passengers, but neither bike could make it! I told them that something was wrong, especially with the Enfield, which should romp up no problem, probably blocked air filter (much dust here, many people wear mouth masks) but they gave up & went back down. At least I could see the Pagoda now, but it seemed quite high still. A few tourist buses passed ...
... to the Little Paradise on a week day because that place was usually a weekend side trip done by the volunteers themselves, very little conservation work required us to go there. I had seen photos of the Little Paradise and read reviews about it before i came to Nepal, so I was very excited to go there.
It was a 3 hour journey to get there from Ghandruk. On the way, the stairs were just relentless. My legs and ...
... We lit our cell phones to see each other. A traumatising roller coaster ride started. The truck started moving on river beds. It shook us, lifted us, rambled us just like dice shaken in a cup. We had no clue where we were heading. If the bus was to have an accident, there was no one to open the door from outside. We were shaking like fruit inside a blender in all possible directions. Oh my gosh, that ride was more painful than the walk itself. After 20 min, we got off at Lete - ...
... this man turned out to be much like every other Nepali we have met on this trip - kind and helpful - so we had nothing to worry about, and we gladly tipped him when he delivered us back safely to our waiting car.
So that was our sunrise 'tour'. We got back to the hotel at about 8.30am and had breakfast before heading out mid morning for our city tour. Just before we left the hotel again, I did a final check of the day pack... And there was the damn head ...