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... reliable news, we hear that the death toll has risen to 41 and that at least 500 people were rescued by helicopters. It is by far the worst trekking disaster in Nepal's history. The pass remains closed at the moment and the government is scrambling to change the guidelines on who may trek the Annapurna Circuit in the future and how. We fervently hope that better lines of communication, emergency services and weather predictions are put in place so that a tragedy of this scale never occurs ...
... between the downs we passed through and it look like we were at a good speed, until we got to Danakyu and had to head up to Timang. The map stated it was a decent of 30 meters but it actually was an ascent of at least 350 meters. So the stated 30 minutes dragged on and on and became a good hour and a half.
We called it a day then at Timang and stayed together with the Israelis from the ...
... here lived a more basic life than the previous village, and had more
of a Mongolian look to them. As before, we were greeting with awe, extreme
generously and welcomed like one of their own kind. Chickens ran around
clucking and pecking for scraps, a village dog sneaked some food and was
promptly chased off like a game of cat and mouse, or dog and man! We had some
more sweet tea, sat down on stools made from wicker reeds and old tyres and
took off our hiking ...
... tremendous racket created by the tin roofing above, blinding sheets of lighting and thunder louder than artillery canon fire boomed in near-unison. This massive storm formed and played out right above us. Like King Kong the Musical, the show was spectacular, the lighting perfect, but the music needed some work. I did not sleep well last night. The rain continued all morning, right up until it was time to drop the kids off at school. Just as the kids stepped out of the ...
... Pagoda is not visible due to rain . Even the hills are obscured by the fog. We have been very lucky with weather as we still have been able to see blue sky daily but this last week has been dreary and wet. It is always amazing how quickly the water is absorbed back into the atmosphere. Our roads have literally become rivers and we are a bit shy about venturing out again. We are expected at Bunty's home for dinner in the next hour and although clean when we leave our homestay ...