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... I was the last to get on and had to settle for a platform off the roof rack which had more space, but less to hold on to.
This experience was completely different from the first one. On the journey back, by some miracle more people managed to get on the bus. There were people hanging off the ladder at the back of the bus as it drove down a highway over various bumps. It seemed a miracle that no one fell off, but they must be used to ...
... it's coming out. I saw a few of these near Durbar Square yesterday, so many people still rely on this dribble for their water.
So now back at Benchen Vihar Monastery, sitting with a pot of lemon tea, typing this. Just spoke to the French guy who's over here with his family. They have taken a year out to travel, doing 2hrs a day teaching for the kids who are both about 10yrs old. They have 4 months left to go & want to go to ...
From the Gosaikunda Lakes at 14,500 ft, we ascended this morning to Laurabina Pass which at 15,200 ft is the highest point of this trek. We then descended 3,300 ft to 11,900 ft at Phedi, our destination for tonight. The morning was perfectly clear and nearly windless as we set off at 7:30 am. Looking back, the views from where we had come were picture perfect. As we approached the pass, however, we could see clouds making their way up the valley in the direction we ...
... more than head to India! I will travel around India for a month or 6 weeks and then I will meet up with my dad in Krygikistan, which I had never heard of a couple weeks ago! I might go to uzbekistan and tajikistan aswell but the visa's are costly and annoying to get. After that I will meet up with my mom and possibly Jeremy somwhere between Central Asia and Toronto! Maybe Tunisia? Turkey? Israel? Serbia? who knows? I should be home by early June so I can escape Toronto for Algonquin Park!
... quick once over, we wandered outside, settled around a table in the garden, ordered some food and sampled our first (Special Limited Edition) Nepali beer. Predictably, it was named “Everest’.
Bloody good it was too.
October 16th 2012 – Kathmandu
Kathmandu City sits approximately 1400 metres above sea level within the bowl shaped Kathmandu Valley. The metropolis is home to just shy of 2.5 million people and the area has a ...