- Shuttle bus service
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Travel Blogs from Pokhara
... on a walk up to the Peace Temple which is on our side of the lake.
It wound around and through people's village homes and gardens.
We passed children in their uniforms on their way to school, sweetly gesturing 'namaste' - found a little tea room on the way and met a New Zealand couple and a German lady with her German speaking Nepalese guide.
... the half built room so that we could get started on levelling out the classroom floor. Once the rocks were moved we got to work with a pick and shovels and began to move sack after sack of dirt from the floor to level it out with rocks for the foundation. Although this activity may have been seen as one of the less exciting jobs, it was definitely time consuming and took a lot of effort from all of the team. With moving the rocks taking so long as well as preparing ...
... tea- ie. Chai milk tai- becoming our favourite Nepalese delight), actually in general the food has been pretty good- the curries amazing, and Dahl baht (a lentil curry served with rice) the staple food of Nepal, which the locals eat with their hands is delicious. Along our journey we picked up the 4 Nepalese nurses who will be joining our trek, along with our porters (the youngest who is 14!!) and our chef. We were dropped in what I can ...
Dall bahts 8 yum Rats in rooms 1 Rats trying to get into my room 1 Dull accountants 1 American typical tourist 1 but great fun 8000 m peaks seen 1 Fun days 6 Alcohol 0 Thoughts of alcohol 3 Days without electricity 3 Today a rest day. Went up for morning stroll behind manang. Beautiful views of Annapurna range. Manang has one tea house with wifi so sat here eating the oddest Black Forest gateau and drinking what is claimed to be ...
... br> We continued onto Jhinu Danda, our final and most luxurious tea house, where after lunch, we hiked down to the the local hot springs, beautifully located right next to a roaring river.
We started our last day of trekking the same way we did most of the past 9 days - yawns, groans, and begging Baasu for no more uphill parts. We left Jhinu and hiked for 3 and 1/2 hours back down (and some up) to the town we lunched at one Day 1, Birethanti.