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... 45mins minutes as wasn't used to the side ways seat plus am always a bummer)
7. We were given earplugs, paperbrown for puked and meals
6. TOILET?! **** hell... once n wont ever dare go again
Upon reaching yes there was medias snapping everyone pictures. SO I BECOME FAMOUS! with my famous meltdown face!
Honestly somehow I felt really regret that I never stayed and help on to assist aids etc.
but somehow I know am weak to face ...
... an der Höhenkrankheit ist die Nacht! Bobby fühlte sich unmittelbar vor dem ins Bett gehen hundeelend, was letztlich damit endete, dass er sich vor unserer Hütte erbrechen musste. Wie wir am nächsten Tag an den Spuren im Schnee sahen, war er da allerdings nicht der Einzige. Ich hatte eine ebenfalls schreckliche Nacht, da mir sofort übel wurde sobald ich auf der Seite oder auf dem Bauch lag. Da auf dem Rücken liegend nicht die bequemste Schlafposition ist und ...
... or cafe owner. A somewhat sad outlook that I've been told of before.
So, about 11.30 I set off through the forest, heading for the dam at the end of the lake. Met a couple coming up soon after I started down, then an American couple with their 2 daughters, also heading up. The path was quite clear, at first! But then there were splits in the path, and I invariably took the wrong one! 1st I ended up on a very narrow path with sheer drops of a few hundred feet, so I ...
... supermarket this morning to do a bit of shopping. I ended up buying a pair of shoes, a belt, a t-shirt, a load of Nepali cooking spices, snacks and toiletries for less than $AUD40! It didn't sound like a lot of money to us but it represented a formidable amount for the locals, who could probably feed themselves for a month on that amount of money.
The local Nepali people had an interesting sense of time. When ...
... Many different animal species live here (Tiger, owls, bears, birds, wolves ... ). Then I cross a bridge. In some cases a few locals come to meet me, I can ask for directions, because the way is not so clearly marked as initially believed. In spite of the signs for 'Chisapani', it is sometimes very difficult to find the real way, since there are so many branches. It is becoming increasingly steeper and steeper. The mountains consist of lots of tiny niches, where rice is ...