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... RTW trip we have to make our own way, so let's see how this goes.... Note for future reference - members of our tour group: Tim and Jason from Devon Hills Melbourne Karen, Bronwen and Nicky from vicinity of Melbourne Amanda from New York City and Laura from Oregon Ann and Gordon from Reno, Nevada Sylvie from São Paulo and Neela from near Ghent Denise and Bert from near Vancouver, British ...
... I could I would pay triple the going rate for stuff I don't want or need, just to help get these good people back on their feet. My driver took me there at break neck speed, my foot through the floor on the brake, and my eyes closed at times, laughing out loud, hanging on to the busted out seat with my glutes and actually verbalising things like - look out for the dog, **** that was close and better than a ride at the show!!! He neither commented nor reacted to anything until ...
... we would move to another hotel. Sneaky hotelier knows how to get his money...!
Other than the visa and suit, we had some plans to see a bit of the Kathmandu Valley, but unfortunately Anja got a bad case of the common Traveller’s Diarrhoea so these plans had to be changed. We hadn’t been particular careless with hygiene but we hadn’t been overly careful either, so it could have come from anything. She went through stages ...
... we knew it we were dropped off at Boudnath and entering a foot massage place. The massage was most enjoyable but a little painful. Something cropped up for Ngima and we dropped him off on the way back, his driver who was now much better took us home. We sat out and had tea, but a storm was brewing, so we had to escape into the house, Les had bought some phone top up cards so we set to uploading the blog, the Internet is still off at the ...
We only walked 6 miles today but it was relentlessly either vertically up or down. We started off following the Langtang river downstream from Bamboo. At the very next settlement of one or two buildings, there was a good looking bakery and a hot spring. Apparently there had been a landslide 27 years before in a lot of rain. The hot spring was on the opposite side of the river and I went to explore it. ...