Everest Panorama Resort
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We got up and went down for
breakfast but neither of us was hungry. Nirmal Nakarmi, the travel agent in
Kathmandu, rang up to see if all was well as did our driver for the day, who
was called Narayan, to see what time we wanted to leave.
As we were leaving we were both
presented with scarves to wish us a good …
Happy New Year!! Another
beautiful day! We had a very nice breakfast of omelettes and toast with lovely
coffee. The staff are so friendly and obliging. We are to be given a
complementary bottle of wine this evening – presumably to make amends for
yesterday’s water problem – a very kind thought!
... getting sweatier and stickier by the second, the thought of a dowsing in a cool river began to sound very appealing. The guide twigged fairly early that I was going to struggle so offered us a shortcut - thankfully that cut us down to JUST the 14 kilometres! Ye old hip did reasonably well to start with, but that last few kilometres were at a snails pace. The poor guide with us must have been demented how slowly we ended up going! Ann fared better, ...
... their first appearance and one by one they get out from the back stage and we were both over the moon. Every turn we made there was a new peak and couldnt stop being amazed by every step we made. The altitude sickness symptoms were still having some effects on us so we decided to climb down anyway and in the afternoon we reached Riverside. After a nice bucket shower we were pretty much ready to sleep. Yes, bedtime is always at ...
... didn’t stay with me long, I’m afraid. I was also sent some toast, but the bread here is very sweet, and a pot of tea but they brew it up with sugar already added so I left those, but I really enjoyed the eggs.
Another lazy morning was had, sitting by the window enjoying the mountain air and reading mainly. At about 1.30 we wandered down to the sun terrace and again bumped into Glenice who said I should have some local curd! ...