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!
... The second day 10/16 we started walking at 6:45am and arrived 9 1/2 hours later at Ghorepani at 4:20pm! It was not easy! So many stairs! That go up and up as far as you can see. All along the way you see tea houses that you can buy drinks from or use the bathroom (hole in the ground) and Tibetan people selling beautiful jewelry. We met many other Trekkers from all over places like the Netherlands, Sweden, Germany, China, France, and Australia. We ate dinner and I was in bed by ...
... br> How I wanted to laugh and play and be so overjoyed at the prospect of leaving the country that I’d been held prisoner of for the last week, but all I wanted to do was sleep. The stress had worn me out, the push and pull from traveling in the male dominated society and working with the Indian government officials had done a number to my psyche, my energy levels and the trust I had for others. So the next day I watched a movie. It was a blissful experience.
... the roadside while down the incline we could see terraced land where rice was growing. Scattered about were houses and some hotels. As we went up the mountain we could see small shops selling food and drinks -- these were ramshackle places that looked to be held together with more luck than mortar.
(This seems the same in Kathmandu. The buildings in the city and the surrounding countryside are in bad need of renovation. Slowly it ...