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Set off again on the next part of it and then stopped at our overnight place.
I had a swim in the water which WAS AMAZING. Note to self: I do actually like water and swimming and always feel good afterwards. Why do I avoid it so?
They made us tea and hot chocolate ...
... Davis Falls because in 1961 a couple went swimming near the falls, then were caught up in a flash flood. Mrs Davis was swept away and killed, so the people have name the falls in her honour. It is also known as Devil Falls, because of the spirits of people killed here are lingering in this area.
We opted to skip the visit to the cave today because the place was swarming with many school kids and families. So, we headed ...
... can try to break us down, but it will not tear us apart or break our spirit... After a nice dinner and good team debrief we are ready to sweat it out again tomorrow on our way to the base of Poon Hill at around 3000m. This has been the final episode of Ellysha and Jaz's Trek Phase. Stay tuned for later seasons of the next chosen bloggers. Namaste. xoxo Gossip Girl (Ellysha and ...
... became beautiful. Unfortunately I was very tired and kept falling asleep and waking up from the bumpy ride for the first 2 hours. We stopped at a road side restaurant and had a big plate of Rice, Lentil soup and curry. This gave me the necessary energy to stay wake and enjoy the landscape for the rest of the ride. Along the way we realized (due to our amazing planning skills) that the starting point of the Annapurna Circuit (Besi Sahar) is a 6 hour drive ...
... br> little green things that curl up when they are small and then unravel to become
large fern leaves; what we were eating were not exactly the same ones, but we
were told similar, but not poisonous, and of course, gathered that day by the local
women from the forest. Raksi was again produced from a dirty bottle, and we
drank, laughed and ate till we were full.
The Nepali people have such a traditional and kind custom
that guests eat first and we sat on the ...