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Travel Blogs from Pokhara
... past rice fields and milky light blue rivers. Our first day was supposed to be short, three hours, but after lunch we were feeling ambitious and decided to continue another hour and a half to the next town, which would make tomorrow better. It was 90 minutes of steps, uphill. Ouch! Quite painful. But we made it. One day down, three more to ...
... entertainment courtesy of our porters and CEO. They played drums, danced and invited us to join them. We played limbo, just generally blew off steam. I tried the local moonshine called raksi. It was strong tasting but surprisingly smooth. They brought a guy with achondroplasia over to the party and said he was a Nepalese actor. He autographed a couple of peoples arms! He was a funny guy. Some of us went onto the rooftop to watch the stars and get away from then increasingly drunken ...
... Base Camp trek just a couple weeks ago and has a total of 20 treks lined up for the season! Strong guy! He instantly assured us that we would do just fine and that it would be a great experience. Phew! This morning we rose at dawn to take a taxi up to a view point where we'd get a better look at the mountains we'd be spending some time around and we were not disappointed. Our photos do not do them justice but I think you'll get the idea of just ...
... He seems to be fascinated by the embroidery on my tshirt as he is always looking at it. We are driving along a river which isn't very clean, surrounded by green mountains.Why don't they think if they stop throwing rubbish into the river how much more prettier it would look!! Is 2.20pm this is a pain, I am going to fly back I can't do this again! Way to uncomfortable! And air conditioning is too cold brrrrr... Went ...
... 17 AUGUST Today being another public holiday (they seem to have a lot of them this time of year), I headed to the nestling home a little later this morning, closer to 9:30am. I was very pleased to find two new volunteers had arrived, from Switzerland and France, who will be in Pokhara for the next two weeks. As much as I've been loving having the kids to myself recently it can get very difficult, especially when they're all running around outside and I'm trying to keep ...