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Travel Blogs from Pokhara
... will be wet and muddy once we venture out from the protection of our balcony, We had a lovely evening at Bunty's home . There are 8 members living there in including 3 children, father, mother -in-law, and 2 girls age 16 and 18 who she has looked after since the age of 12 as their parents are alcoholics. We had a delicious dinner of rice, curried eggs, mushrooms and a fried chard. It was excellent. We were presented with handmade scarves which are beautiful in design. Bunty ...
... nicer than those of the closer Annapurnas.
I went back to my guest house to shower and have breakfast
and then began the monster 2,000 meter (6,600 feet) descent to the end of the
trek at Naya Pul. The trail was very steep for many stretches with 3,000
(according to a guidebook) stone steps between the villages of Ulleri and Tikhedhunga.
It was warm, hazy, and humid, and absolutely miserable as I descended. “It’s ...
... where people are mainly concerned with American Idol, Survivor, the Bachelor and getting to the next level of Candy Crush Saga. What goes on in Syria, in the Ukraine, in the Sudan or even in Ottawa is off the radar for most people, and governments, I think, tend to like it that way.
So with only two weeks left before we return, a trip to Lumbini to soak up some of the Buddha's wisdom, patience and advice is something I definitely need.
... life style where we were together almost every minute of every day. That our relationship was similar to the way we tackled the yoga - go all out and all the way together, or not at all. PK just laughed and said he wished we did not have to leave.
So how did our weekly routine change? After morning meditation and tea, the owner and head yogi, Asanga, would call us down to the courtyard and hand us a sheet with the daily lesson plan written out. He ...
... just mean any water! The solution for
the people this time; use of pre-filled buckets to flush the loos,
placing the huge water containers strategically high above the city
on rooftops to make use of gravity and to have loads of solar panels
to make use of the sun to have at least a warm shower every now and
then. So, it might not sound great, but we actually really did enjoy
our time here and you get used to how things work and work with them,
like the locals ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet