Hotel Blue Heaven
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... fortunately for us one of the lodges had a phone connected to a satellite and we could connect with a landline - no mobiles, no internet, fortunately that's the one number I had in my head!
Today we walked through an ancient pine forest with magnificent, huge old trees and bright red rhododendrons. The Dudh Khola (the river we were following) is strewn with multicoloured boulders contrasting with ...
... Santos joked that the rapids were grade 4 but the road was grade 5, and at times it really felt like it!
Back in Pokhara and in one piece, with Joe’s knee feeling better than yesterday we had to hurry to pick up our TIMS and ACAP permits for the trek tomorrow, then quickly buy some light tshirts and rent a few walking poles each. We met back up with the rafting crew for dinner and had a really tasty curry and a good chat with everyone before we called it an early night.
... water full of people. We spent maybe an hour there before heading back up, and just about beat the rain. I would say it wasn’t worth the effort but others may disagree.
We spent the evening playing our new favourite card game, “Swimming”, with the Germans and even stayed up past 10pm. Crazy.
Distance covered: 9.91km
Elevation gain: 712m
Elevation loss: 1,361m
Prim assured us that this would be ...
Cloudy night so stayed quite hot so straight in the shower when I got up. Nearly stood on a gecko during the shower which scuttled across & gave me a fright!
To answer a few comments:
Thanks for airing out my house Ant, bet it's got a bit damp whilst I'm away. Of course I do a Bollywood dance after each breakfast, although they make Kollywood films here...
The orange powder does remind me of some dust I used to buy as a kid Roz. ...
... with my body pressed against one side of the bus, and another woman and mans body pressed up against mine... My standard reaction would've been to bail out... but my traveller reaction was, "go with it and see where the bus and personal space invasion take you"... There's wonder and excitement to be found in the streets of Pokhara (or any new place for that matter) when you're alone without a schedule. My afternoon of street exploration was great. Discovered ...