Everest Friendship Hotel
Travel Blogs from Xigaze
... waters below and there is a certain element of daringness in just this part alone.
So here I am, once again, perched 500 feet above the Bhote Kosi River, tide up to this cord that in essence is my only hope of surviving such a free fall. The others in the group did not want to partake in this activity and several had questioned the safety of doing such a stunt in a country like Nepal. One individual questioned the safety record, something I had never looked into, and these ...
... spoke mandarin so I was wondering around admiring the architecture whilst he was explaining the history and Tibetan culture! I am amazed at how big the complex was and also at the dedication of many of the people who came to pay their respects. The guide did however say something that was interesting in that many people come to pay their respects out of selfishness and wish that by paying their ...
... hole at the top. The upper wall allowed privacy to about your belly button so you could still enjoy the view and cool breeze while you relieved yourself, great job! The whole place looked like those outback places you see on Mexican movies with tanned faced toothless locals smiling gummily from their own conversations, laughing and enjoying the simplicity of life. Animals roamed around, a couple of young cows enjoying the shade of nearby trees and ...
... be good preparation for our hike at Mt. Kailash later on. On that note we likely won't have much Internet access for the next week and a half as we are staying in very basic accommodations in very rural areas. I'll try to keep writing every day but may only get to upload all the entries on the day we get to Zhangmu on the Tibet Nepali border. I lost Mrs. Coach's love as the Chiefs beat the Titans but I get a chance to win it back next weekend as the Titans play the Seahawks. André and ...
... holding your speed with the engine and gentle
brakes then suddenly in all this dust it changes to very loose rock and right
there ahead the road makes a sharp turn to the left. Take the curve or your down
the edge of a mountain!!! I'm going too fast for this rocky surface but I only
have one chance and that's to take that curve and thankfully this Royal Enfield
managed to do it without sending me flying.
Onwards down this wonderful mountain pass and ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsEverest Friendship Hotel Xigaze
Nous avons passé deux nuits dans cet hôtel, bien situé, à env 5min à pied du monastère Tashilunpo. Les lits n'étaient pas très confortables mais propres. Dans la salle de bain, douche avec eau chaude.
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