Baima Hotel

No.148 Quriyubulin, Zhangmu Zhen, Xigaze, Tibet, 858400, China | Hotel
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More Relaxed Trekking Through The Nepal Lowlands

A travel blog entry by travelingamanda


... don’t work - in part because it’s the off-season and pipes are frozen, propane hasn’t been resupplied, etc. We also suspect that sometimes the shower hasn’t been working for months, but that the guest house owners pretend when they hear it doesn’t work, half-heartedly try to fix it, and then sheepishly admit it’s not currently working. To be fair, we are spoiled: the locals can’t afford hot showers. They cost $1, which is typically ...

Christmas Day

A travel blog entry by guytang


... I can get a visa. You would have thought that would be easy but it was so chaotic. The Nepalese side was opened to the public before I even made it out of immigration/customs so there were people hawking all sorts of things. It was total mayhem, trust me, you didn't see this on the Chinese side. Eventually I found the immigration office and got myself a visa on the spot - US$25. Whilst I was getting my visa, our new friend, the guy from the Nepalese consulate, ...

The high road to Zhangmu

A travel blog entry by vincethepince


... Durkpa and Tashi didn't come along as it was our last supper as a group. We leave Drujal, Tashi and Durkpa at the border tomorrow as they do not have passports to cross into Nepal. We get a new guide to take us to Kathmandu. At supper we also exchanged some of our yuan into Nepali rupees. We were told to change it there as we would be guaranteed not to get counterfeit bills which is a problem if you change it on the street. After supper it was back to the hotel ...

Into the wild

A travel blog entry by nixijeremy


... rice and millet fields we walk. Crossing ancient foot bridges, colossal caves and skipping across stepping stones out onto rocky peaks. We arrive at SAntes house just before dark and are greeted by his stunnng little wife and two youngest children. Nepali people are so beautiful ! It's an amazing place tucked into the side of a Mountain with the valley walls guiding a view off over the teselated rice valleys below and straight up over millions of mountains ...

The Trek to Everest, Part I

A travel blog entry by mark.wilson


... milk tea and apple pie for dinner then went to bed as we were all completely knackered!
Sunday 22nd September 2013 (Bhandar to Sete)

  • Up at 5:45am, banana porridge for breakfast then set off at 7:30 in the glorious sunshine!
  • Headed down the valley, through rice paddies and farm communities towards the village of Kinja. Trail hugged the sides of the valley and we got great views of the massive river (Likhu Khola) at the bottom and the ...


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