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... on a field trip. Since I wasn't in a rush I didn't mind listening to the kids comment on the different things they saw. They were fascinated by the size of the mirrors and chandeliers, not to mention being amazed by the bedrooms. The palace is named Narayanhiti after a Sikhara style Narayan temple. One of the buildings of the palace was where the royal massacre on June 1, 2001 occurred. After the ...
... Krishna felt we didn't quite have enough days to go up to Kyjan Gompa so instead we would begin our trek at Dhunche. This meant I would potentially have to relive the nightmare bus journey described in my first blog about Langtang. But we found a partial solution: hire a 4x4 and driver so it wouldn't be quite so scary! It made me feel like a proper tourist (rather than a traveller) swanning around in this very smart 4x4!
We stopped for lunch on the way and I decided to take ...
Neville and O (who we never saw again after the climb to Poon Hill)
Santosh and his extended family
Bobarino and his bank manager
Subas his family and the children in the school
Sushanta ( so much peace)
Nathan and his team in Perth
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Likely I missed somebody important?
Of Yes Who Bring Joy at this time of year
Shanta and his ...
... Krabi and Charly will be coming to Berlin later in Nov. I am so excited about the trips ahead, but today will be a low key relaxed day! When I got to Kathmandu it was all smooth sailing as our flight was the first to arrive and I went through the lines quickly and got my luggage all within 30 minutes. A vast difference to when I landed last Wednesday which took me about 3 hours to get my visa and luggage. My driver picked me up and I headed to the hotel. A few hours later ...
... in at the deep end. This time I'm armed with my diamox tablets to help with acclimatisation and the long walk in should also help me avoid AMS this time I hope. So that's it for the next 18 days or so. When I get back hopefully I can sort out the photo issue and treat you to a food themed entry. Those new to my blog should have a look at my 2009 one on my first outing to Everest to get a flavour of what I'm about to undertake........so see you all on the other ...