Green Tara Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... are up in the air, the flight is really serene and peaceful but then the pilots pull a few "tricks" as you are getting closer to the landing area, which definitely turn your stomach over a few times.
After our paragliding, we completed our mountain triathlon with a bit of rowing and hiking. We took a row boat across the lake and hiked up to the Peace Pagoda that sits high on a hilltop overlooking the town, for more amazing views. We rowed back at sunset, so we had another ...
... proved to be quite different to the previous, as there was a much different vibe given off by the community. Whilst I had a great time cuddling cute babies (and making some cry), it was great practise getting to continue to see and diagnose patients as well as educate them on health and hygiene, we were later told by the Nepalese nurses that this community were unsatisfied that we wouldn't just give them painkillers and medication if we didn't think they ...
... at me, but no one i recognised. Not bad for 11pm! I met an Oz girl during the transfer process back in China, and now she together with her mountain guide partner that she just met up with walked up and asked what my next plans were. They offered me a ride into town, and asked where I was staying. I explained that I did not remember the name of the place, but if they drop me off in the center I would find my way. After disapproving looks, we all started to make ...
... your feet and trekking poles. The poles turned out to be a sound investment. They helped to pull us up a hill and lend stability when going down, or picking your way across a stream or muddy spot. Excellent for poking to test for a stable rock or how mushy the ground is.
We found uncultivated marijuana plants on the path today. Growing like weeds. I’d never really put that together before. Butterflies flit and dance around your ankles ...
... be at our stopping place for tonight. I was glad to hear that, I don’t think I could have done a full day today.
However, this was also the day of the tortoise and the hare – as we came out of Manang a couple of trekkers raced past us while I headed up “bistari” as always. Soon we found them sat on the side of the trail enjoying an extended break. Now I may walk slowly and I may take lots of breaks, but each one is ...