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... jewel should be a can of Everest Beer, which I planned to carry up (to wherever we were going to go) and drink as a reward.
As you can imagine all the gear and food added a good bit of weight to my backpack.
I also had a chance to catch up a little bit on the blog. Although I was not doing much the last couple of days it was always busy. Whenever you are sitting on the rooftop terrace of the hostel (where I planned to ...
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We have a very early start tomorrow at 5.30am for our flight and then bus and jeep all the way to the village making it a very long day of travelling to my Village, so I'm hoping that ...
... would have been impossible. Our ancient slouchy bus was near the other broken goal cum parking lot, awaiting to take my friend and I up to the notsofar hill station village known as Nagarkot.
Nagarkot is only 35 kms away from Kathmandu, but is another 1000 meters higher in altitude. The road is going higher up into the Himalayan foot hills and is a magical place where one can explore it's vast pine forests and see ...
I actually want to apologize for not writing for so long. The truth of the matter is that I haven't really had anything to write about. While the flight and hotel were paid in advance, so I don't have to worry about either one of those things, everything else has been more expensive than I had anticipated and I am at the end of my money, so I can no longer go out and do fun things.
It's actually surprising that I could go through so much money so quickly when everything is so cheap ...
Kathmandu Power Cuts
I woke up in sweat to find the ceiling fan not working at 7am. There was neither power to the sockets nor the lights but an emergency light bulb was glowing. That was my introduction to Kathmandu's scheduled power cuts. Trying to find an open breakfast joint in Thamel was a bother. 85% of the shops remained shut. Eventually ended up at Thakali Bhancha (apparently a fabulous place ...