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... seized the opportunity to book him for tomorrow as taxis were difficult to come by. We said our final goodbyes to everyone and headed back to our hostel.
At the hostel we had our first travelly dinner. We asked the hostel for some hot water and a few bowls and prepared our noodle soups that we purchased earlier in the trip. Still feeling tired from the night before the then retired to the room and prepared for our final night’s sleep in Nepal.
... actually pretty well behaved !! We also visited another Hindu Temple and finally visited the sacred river where all the Hindu cremations are carried out alongside the river. It was a bit weird seeing the "live" cremations taking place in full view of all the tourists.
Tomorrow morning we have to be ready to leave at 05h45 to the airport for our 40 minute flight to Lukla from where we start our trek.
... Tamal next to the Garden of Dreams.
We were to visit the garden several times during our stay. A peaceful oasis of calm with a colonial air and a pleasant but slightly expensive cafe.
After tea we headed back to the hotel before dark and then took a stroll into Thamel for dinner.
The following day we took a taxi to Bhaktapur, a medieval city some 30 minutes east of Kathmandu. The driver agreed to collect us in four ...
... The road to Syabrubesi is unusable for vehicles which means entire populations on the way to Syabrubesi will have to be supplied with food via helicopter. Local prediction is that it will take months to repair the road, clear it of land and rock slides and make the cliffs stable. We got to Kathmandu around 8pm last night; the city was dark and eerie! Today, I wandered around Thamel - 90% of the stores are closed, there is destruction around every corner, there are ...
Up at 5am and excited.....back to "civilisation". Planes are taking off....thank goodness.......and whilst our plane was delayed, we finally sped down one of the deadliest runways in the world and headed towards Kathmandu. As soon as we got to our hotel, Courtney and I dropped off our bags and headed to the beauty parlour across the road! Facials, hair washed, massages and ...