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... the roof, most of the time while the bus was in motion. There are army and police checkpoints along the route and before each checkpoint all the people had to climb off the roof and pile into the bus. The checkpoints got more and more frequent the closer we got to Langtang and the luggage in the boot and in the overhead compartments gets checked at each point. Apparently they are looking for some sort of plant or root that is taken to China to make medicine and sold ...
... local traffic. The bus driver was all too calm making this routine run, all the while with his personal Nepali soundtrack blasting out speakers throughout the bus. The mountain village of Syabrubesi was the jumping off point for our trek and it was there that we found a nice nights rest with the aid of the white-noise of a rushing river passing through the deep canyon-like valley.
The entire trek we would be hiking through the state of ...
... Lichtern passieren...
Viele Angehoerige der heute verbrannten Toten versammeln sich auf den Terrassen des Tempels zum Abendgebet, welches bestimmt 90 minuten lang dauert.
Es werden Kerzen entzuendet, die von 3 Taenzern zur Musik einer Band geschwungen werden...die Musik wird immer schneller und die Stimmung offensichtlich froehlicher...bis am Ende alle im Takt der Musik klatschen, gemeinsam Singen und sogar tanzen!!!
Sehr schoen! So sollten ...
(Bob) We spent the whole day in Kathmandu on Saturday (although, we're quickly losing track of what day it is). In the morning we walked through the main shopping area. It was relatively quiet because Saturday morning is a time for religious activities and many of the shops open later than normal. We found our way back in an enclave selling beaded necklaces and Terry bought a few more. We proceeded on to Durbar Square which is a ...
... yet another steep hill to climb and the snow was slowing us down considerably. At this point we would like to say 'Thank you!' to Sandro, who had given us some pills and power drinks when we had met in Kathmandu to take along just in case. These really came in handy and helped us to keep going along some on this tough day ;-).
Our last camp site was situated very nicely in a wood clearing overlooking the surrounding hills. We were able to have a campfire again to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center