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Following the dumpling demonstration we sat down at the dining room for dinner. They served us a traditional Nepalese vegetarian thali, with rice and a poppadum. Upon laying eyes on the vegetables and the lentil soup I expected to buy a loaf of bread on the way home, but was pleased to see some plain rice and tomato-garlic-ginger sauce. I combined the two and ate that. After the dinner, the women showed us a ...
... swinging bridge. The track was a mix of dirt path and stone steps and often cut through what seemed to be the front and back yards of locals and through the middle of terraced farms. The farmers in this part use every bit of land, often growing herbs up the terrace walls and corn, wheat, potatoes, cabbages and other crops on the terraces. Women were out in the fields stripping wheat by hand then threshing it with sticks. Lunch was at Ghurjong (or Ghurnong - some of the places ...
... in Tolga wurde der Weg etwas steiler und anstrengender und die Schmerzgrenze wurde bei dem letzten langen Treppenabschnitt hoch nach Deurali (es gab auf dem Weg etwa 3 Deuralis) erreicht. In etwa 1 Stunde mussten wir 400 Höhenmeter auf einer Strecke von gerade mal 2km überwinden. So hatten wir uns diesen “einfachen Tag” nun wirklich nicht vorgestellt! Die Anstrengung dieses langen Tages hatte sich jedoch gelohnt. Vom Australian Camp, wo wir 15:30 ...
... left at 7:30 AM and made good time to New Bridge where we had morning tea. The walk along the river was up and down through farms and valleys and past tea houses. Up until New Bridge the route was very busy with trekkers of all ages in new shiny clothes. Past New Bridge we deviated off the main trail and continued to follow the river. A party of Koreans, kept blocking the path, Tina and Louise bustled past them with loud "excuse me’s", the Koreans ...
... other more touristic part of the city near the big lake as their should be a very good bookstore. We found it bought here the Lonely Planet of India, went to an ATM, had a drink and walked back in some rain drups to our hotel. Here I met a Chinese lady. She had 3 class mates studying at the university of Wageningen which is the birth place of Hans. She just came from India and gave us some tips. We decided both to do something for our ...