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Day 7 - a sightseeing day!

A travel blog entry by midannwife

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... for all the people and all the religions. I donated some rupees to the priest after we heard about some of the great work they were doing, and all the elderly were outside with smiles on their faces. We were then taken to see the funeral pyres, there were 4 in use that day. Apparently it takes 3 hours to burn a male body, and 4 to burn a female; were stronger I was told! The ashes are then swept into the passing river, which later joins The Ganges in India. When ...

I'm sure there are mountains out there somewhere

A travel blog entry by diberry

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... all the way down the sides of the hills
where they grow their crops.

We drove for about another 2
hours winding precariously higher and higher but still meeting buses as it’s
the main (and only) road between Kathmandu and Chitwan in the south where we’ll
be going on Friday. Narayan thought we must have missed the hotel and kept asking
people where it was but eventually we found it, much to everyone’s ...

Change the chain / Kette wechseln

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad

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4.2.2014 Kathmandu, Nepal Km: 48253 Change the chain / Kette wechseln

Today I find time to change the chain. It was easier than I thought because I could loosen the screws from the rear sprocket without help. The rest was routine work, but got anyway dirty fingers. When fitting the new chain, what I noticed. It is a little longer but has the same number of chain links. This means that the old chain was produced inaccurate and ...

It Begins...(18th November -22 November)

A travel blog entry by dieuwerandtom

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... offer Indian style food - we're looking forward to almost three months of curries although we might be a bit tired of them by the end.

Pokhara (21-22 November)
Whilst Kathmandu seemed an interesting place, we're mostly here for the trekking so headed to the main base for the Annupurna range in the Himalayas. After a 7.5 hour bus journey to Pokhara, being reacquainted with Asian bus journeys, we remembered it's generally ...

Forward paddle, go!

A travel blog entry by benandmartin

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... and canyons, progressing through jungles and bamboo forests until the mountains gave way to plains. Our nights were spent sleeping under the raft in the style of real explorers (although only because Simon stole our tent, the *******). The pictures should give you a good idea of what it was like so here are a few other highlights: Because of the elections and threat of violence we had a police escort on the way to the start point. Having never been in ...

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