Hotel Glacier Pokhara
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... head to my host family to get back my important 1/2 of belongings. it costs me 2000rupees(est sgd23) for thru and fro taxi ride which took only an hour. for Nepali standard its double the price.
3rd Night - Nepal Airport.
upgraded to yoga mat. thankfully it isn't raining or super crowded.
honestly more corruptions can be seen on certain nationalities.
-> refer pictures
28th April - Finally Heading Home
After lots ...
... and we knew we would not be able to see the Himalayas it was still really pretty views on the way up - especially from the Peace Pagoda which gave us views of both sides of the Pokhara valley. The stupa looked pretty familiar as it is a copy of the one in Lumbini that we saw. The walk down was a bit steeper and at the bottom we caught a row boat back to Pokhara in the rain. On the way Joey picked up a leech so he stuck with him for a while till ...
... 4,130m) at about 12pm – woohoo! We all could feel the altitude and took on a bit of a 'drunk walk’ around the place. After a big tea and lunch, we had a nap and seemed to acclimatise. In the evening, we played cards with the Germans and got a Snickers roll with custard – this had been on the menu of all of the guesthouses and we decided to try it out. It was basically a Snickers bar crushed up in some dough with custard on top. It was...interesting. ...
... well over the 2000meters that my doc will allow! She showed us a picture of a 96yr old man who lived at 4,500m and has done for 45yrs, he was visited by his 70yr old daughter. The views of the snow covered mountain just opposite his hut was spectacular.
Well, must get to bed so I can be up at 6 again. Its all I do here, get up ridiculously early. So goodnight folks, off back to Pokhora tommorow, wish I was staying here longer... But only got the bike for a few days!
... due to the strong dust throughout Nepal a mouthguard. However this is not because of dust, but rather because of the risk of disease (Swine Flu!) account.
Then there is lunch at a local restaurant. I would like to order me a 'thali set'. This consists of the national dish 'Dal Bhat (rice, lentils, Achaar (tomatoes Dip) and Gemusecurry). I can share this with the help of Alice 'Si fried veg. Momo' (dumplings filled with vegetables, wrapped in a spicy ensign). ...