Hotel Lake Palace
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... just a few hundred metres away. We were looking for information as well, and were able to ask a nice man in the trekking permits office for answers to some of our questions. Two trekking permits each later, and $80 USD lighter, we were on our way. It was raining, but not heavily, so we decided to walk the rest of the way to the hotel. It was about a kilometre away, and we needed the practice lugging our heavy stuff.
... also tried to stuff me with more rice than I can possibly eat) and rest in her living room. After watching a Bollywood movie with auntie, her husband and Laxmi (I even understood the plot, since the movie mainly consisted of lenghty scenes with suffering facial expressions), I again fell into bed, exhausted from the day. Start: Tadapani (2600 meters) End: Ghandruk (2000 meters) Duration: 5 hours Difficulty: Missing tourists Memorable: Auntie and her ...
... I felt really guilty that am back in Singapore but its tough.
BIG THANKS TO MY FAMILIES AND FRIENDS for being there for me thru out the ordeal I had gone through am I sorry during that period I get easily annoyed or rude and even impatience.
I hope somehow my travel insurance claims able reimburse on some costing.
NEPAL - yes if I to be given an opportunity again YES I will still go to Nepal.
... day, and we set off at 7.15am. After a little bit down and a little bit up (through a recent landslide), the path opened up and there was green everywhere. At one point we had to cross a long, old swing bridge and Prim said we should only go two at a time. Anja went first, followed by Lauren. About halfway across, another porter came hurrying down and went straight on to the bridge, basically jogging up behind Lauren. This reinforced the theory that the porters ...
... taken part in Holi before, despite my numerous trips to the Indian subcontinent so was well up for it. The day started innocently enough, getting paint thrown over me by gangs of young kids as soon as I left the guesthouse in the morning. By lunchtime though, I was already on the balcony of Babylon Bar, with a few others, throwing powder, water balloons and buckets of coloured water over unsuspecting passers by below before shouting "Happy Holi!" It was amazing, I got to act like ...