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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... say that dinner was being served, potatoe & onion parathas with a spicy dip, very nice. The grumpy hits joined me at my table, but only spoke in German so I was excluded. The owner, then Be Be, then their older son came and spoke to me so it wasn't too bad. Went back to my room about 8.30 & read my book till 10. I knew that the rain would clear the air ready for a nice sunrise in the morning, so prepared to get up at 6am! Bad night with a few mossie bites...
... for paragliding. I was more excited than nervous; just the sight of other gliders taking off made me giddy with delight.
My pilot was from India and he gave me one instruction only: run when we take off. It was a pretty hard task to do once we were strapped to the massive parachute. We had to wait for a breeze before he instructed me to 'run'. I thrusts forward with all my might, and after a few short steps, I was running on air, and soon after ...
... a handbook to ID them, or taking photos of them so the project lead could ID and record them. After an hour or so, the wind grew too strong for butterflies so our sighting grew sparse. The lead decided to call it a day given it was a Friday so we had an early mark!
Back at the Namaste Lodge, it was another volunteer's last day and she'd requested fried momos for dinner. We had asked Didi if we could ...
... stuff and then got into our cold and wet, wetsuits and into the boat for our last leg of rafting.
It was even more of a thrill that yesterday with lots of rapids. The children were in raptures. Rapidtures!
Got to our lunch spot at the end of it which was in a ...
... br> Further down the snow got more slushy and wetter. After about 3 hours (just about an hour before Manang) of walking through the snow my waterproof shoes proofed to not be waterproof any more but we made it in the end to also snowy Manang.
We took the first Guest house we could find and immediately started drying our shoes and cloths at the fireplace. So did many other people.
There was no power or Network connectivity in Manang and ...