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In a local bus: Past 10 days. I have no clue how it was . But definately has not been smooth. All I remember is swimming through chaos, dirt, dust, madness, disparity, mind games, waves of emotions and most importantly Intensive Care Unit. Before dad got released from ICU, grandmother got admitted. Only option was to be strong. And that's when I did realised - yes there is strength in me. Come ...
The day of our long awaited ACD (I've been very excited about this), we set everything up in the morning before our meal and then when Juliana arrived we showed her everything and explained how it would all run :) Most people were a little bit late as per Nepali time and we got started only 30 minutes after i thought we would. Everyone seemed ok with the classroom stuff and really seemed to enjoy the football, netball and wacky ...
... and Pokhara is one of most spectacular of the
entire Himalayas. The terraced rice fields, tiny villages, suspension bridges are the highlights of this circuit.
Pokhara, known for its most impressive Annapurna chain and Phewa Lake is magical
place and offers a very calm and cool stay. Pokhara is equally well-known destination for
paragliding and cycling ...
... you know from my previous entry, Roger and I hired Alon as a porter/guide to assist us on the trek. This turned out to be one of our very best decisions as Alon was helpful beyond belief and has become a good friend. We would like to give huge thanks to Amit at Polar Trekking, the agency that introduced to Alon and provided incredible service to us both before and after our trek. We highly recommend them. What we didn't know is that we would end up traveling in our own mini ...
... and are disappointed that Binod rather than negotiating on our behalf seems to be on the side of extracting as much money from us for the locals as he can. We’d been through so much – we thought we were a team!
Before leaving on the bus he told us he didn’t know the cost. When we called him on that BS by telling him that he took the bus the opposite direction to meet us so how could he not know - he said it was 350 rupees for ...