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I arranged with Dekryi to meet at 8.30am on the first day, I got up at what I thought was 6am had a leisurely shower as you don't shower the first day in Tibet, something to do with the altitude I think. Got out of the shower, was getting ready when the phone rang it was reception asking if I was okay, I said yes fine, she said it is 8.30 my guide was waiting, my phone had not converted toTibetan time so I quickly got dressed grabbed ...
... accommodation couldn't come soon enough! Stopping for our last lunch where we had had our first and watching all the every enthusiastic trekkers starting their expedition reminded us of how raw we were two weeks earlier. People come in all shapes and sizes and with an average dropout rate of 10%, it would be interesting to know who does and doesn't make it. We have seen a couple of blind guys who are pretty amazing for ...
... to see Sharon and the girls. They didn't show so I will miss them tomorrow. I wrote notes for each of them and left them in their left luggage. I ventured out a second time and stayed out until I was fed up of being hassled by vendors. I had a bang up meal of thalli, before heading back to the hotel. Just the thing to fly on ...
... and the path was gradual enough that it was padded with pine needles. We walked through beautiful forests of red flowering rhododendrons and long-needled pine. The views across the "gorges" were spectacular with steep green forests, and terraced slopes where there was a touch of horizontal. Above it all, were high snowy mountain peaks. Wow! Our morning was long, as we didn't arrive at our lunch village of Sherpagung until 12:30. Our group was starving, as ...
... people would go. I only got a little lost on the way - I was going the right way but was expecting to see signs or the temple complex on the hill & couldn't. So I back tracked and finally realized I had been going the right direction- I was just looking in the wrong direction. There really are monkeys all around the steps and even in the temple complex. They don't seem particularly concerned with people. Although apparently if you have food things ...