Hotel Fewa Prince
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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Arrived at lunchtime at Thoran phedi Just a 500m walk up. Everyone getting very edgy about tomo which is when we go over the pass. The weather is glorious and no sign of any change. It's going to be a long pull the best part of 1000m up to the top and over that down. Most have not been yo that height so that is an added anxiousness. I'm not that …
As I have previously posted about setting up donations aid for Nepal. As mentioned recently, I returned earlier from Nepal on 29th April due to earthquake (7.9 magnitude) in Nepal on 25th April 2015. Sadly, many people been killed and injured. Houses been destroyed and thousand remain homeless. On 12th of May, the whole world been surprised with another news of another earthquake in Nepal with about ...
... free – and saves us spending loads of money on a taxi since Hannah refuses to use the buses!Breakfast was at Olive Cafe with a gorgeous coffee and peanut butter banana toast - even in our heaven of a yummy breakfast there were a few beggars asking for money - some with missing limbs and others who just looked very old and without help. As with India we won't give anyone money, but we will give a lump sum to a charity when we return, and it made us remember that Nepal is one ...
... rate are exactly equal. They deliver babies there (birth bed still with sweat and maybe blood on it). The bathoorms with no hot water...disgusting. Pharmacy with pills everywhere and even some on the floor in a pile of dirt. "Sterile medical supplies"'ready for the next delivery open in a dirty bowl. I have pics. During our short stay, the money, corruption and things we had seen put us over the edge a bit. Bamboo sticks are a beating tool (cows, children) a mom slapping ...
Well, let's just correct this by saying Nepali flats actually ;-). But we can still sense that the purpose of the trip has been fulfilled ! The goal of everybody was to reach base camp and we all did ! Now it's time to head back to pokhara by going a little bit uphill and a bit downhill ! AKA Nepali flats ! The scenery was a bit less spectacular which is normal as we were leaving the Himalayas behind but it was certainly not unappealing ! A lot of lush ...