Hotel Glacier Pokhara
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a bus to take us back. After a few failed attempts, eventually a bus that had Manchester Chelsea and Real Madrid on it (a sign!) stopped and said they had 4 seats right at the back for us. So the crew loaded up all their equipment including a large gas bottle and the deflated rafts ...
It has been a wonderful Christmas and Birthday and it all began with a beautiful sunrise in the Himalayas and some Christmas tunes in the background! Yay!
Oh, I forgot to mention, last night while Bill was taking photos of the sunset, he saw a jackal! He snapped a quick photo of him, then he took off (The jackal, not Bill)
The staff at Gorkha Gaun surprised me with a Birthday cake - a ...
... and we would finish our trek feeling on top of the world. Like a line of ants we trudged up the steep Poon Hill, joining many fellow Trekkers who were just as eager as us to get to the top and watch the sunrise. Lungs burning, legs aching, the thousands of stairs led us to the most incredible view we had ever seen. The morning was clear, and the sun was beginning to rise. We sat, shivering, in anticipation of what we were about to witness. After a patient wait, we were rewarded with ...
... there are no 1 dollar notes on oz any more, only $1 coins. The brakes on our 4wd were a bit ordinary. After all few times of the driver pulling up to a few petrol stations, yelling out what sounded like obscenities at the attendants, we eventually found a mechanic able to look at the brakes. After bleeding the system, we were off again (and here we thought he was just a careful driver) . Few hours later saw us turning off the "main" road, onto a secondary road - read: ...
... to snow. Luckily we reached Machermo before it got too heavy and I settled down in the dining room to read and watch the snow fall. The doctors came round to invite us to the daily talk about AMS which Colin and I attended last time we were here. I also got talking to a small group, who I had assumed were German, who actually were Swiss and later a young couple from Australia came in and we also chatted. They were on their way down and I discovered that the girl was ...