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... recover. The Nepali people are without a doubt the friendliest I have ever met, and are standing up to things here with huge grace. If you haven't already, please consider donating money to an organisation offering relief and development - UMN (United Mission to Nepal) and Tearfund are great options. If you're the praying type, please pray. Sorry that it's been a bit of a long one! Congratulations on getting to the end. See you in Thailand...! Lots of love, Rach and Iain ...
... dinner at Everest steak house (killing cows for steak is outlawed in Nepal so the beef came from India)
Nepal is caught in the middle of big brother India and China. China plans to build train to the border of Nepal and wants Nepal to build train from Katmandu would run near Lantang National park. India doesn't ...
This morning we woke early, grabbed some breakfast and headed up the mountain to Swayambhuth (the monkey temple). We climbed a multitude of stairs until we reached the very top. It was much more impressive than Durbar Square yesterday. The main chowk was what we came to see, we had a little walk around and had no idea there was another large area down the back. With thunder threatening close by we thought we should make it a quick look. On the way down ...
A very early start this morning to pack,load the minibus and proceed up yet another tiny switchback road up a local mountain above pokhara to see the sun rise over the Himalayas. Thankfully the rain and hail has helped clear the air and although there was some cloud we were fortunate to see the sun through the clouds and just as we had to leave we managed a pretty clear view of Annapurna. We then retraced our steps back along the ...
Once we had a long and great view of Everest - so beautiful and majestic to see it up close, the plane turned around and the spectacular view of the mountains was on my side of the plane. Some of the impressive peaks that we saw were: Changtse, Everest, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and Kanchenjunga. In one view we saw 4 of the 5 tallest mountains in the world.
When we arrived back at the hotel Nissan left us and Ujjwol rejoined us. Shayam drove us ...