Hotel Lake Palace
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... br> Phone connections are very bad even text messages. I know my upcoming phone bill will be very high. I had wrote to M1 of possible discount and yet to revert otherwise I not sure how to face the big bills!
for those been asking what I felt
1. I had big meltdown outside British embassy after 1 of the bad after shocked
2. Its very exhausting for 3nights sleeping outdoor on a hard ground but I think somehow am ...
... off, much fatter, at the hotel.
In the afternoon the two of us pottered about and did some more present shopping then checked out the festivities that are on today for Nepalese New Year. Tonight is New Year's Eve in Nepal - tomorrow is 2072 in their calendar so there are a few celebrations going on. At 4pm the park area looked a bit rubbish so we decided to leave it for while and check back later.
We met back up again with ...
... only lie on her back without feeling sick, and Lauren looked a bit iffy as well. I still think the Snickers roll played a part though...
Distance covered: 7.01km
Elevation gain: 1,175m
Elevation loss: 209m
We all survived the night! We were up at 5.30 to watch the sunrise over the mountains, and the sky was beautifully clear once again. From the evidence in the snow just outside the rooms, there were plenty of people ...
... It got better as I left Pokhora, the road was straighter and there was less traffic. No sign for my turn off, so I stopped beside a group of old men who pointed down the road for Begnas Tal. I went straight through the village & up a long hill to a ridge overlooking the lake (tal) till I came to the coffee house recommended by Conrad. Saw the owner on the road, carrying a few sacks of beans on his back. He tried to get me to ride the bike up a narrow path with ...
... of us, a body is located on the platform. However, this is everyday life here, since many deceased because of their faith to Nepal/India (back) to be transported to find their final resting place here. In India, there is even a city of their own, in the almost only old people live. They hope a particularly beautiful life after your dead, you should die in Varanasi, the holiest city. This city is also on my itinerary.It turns out that our bus is a pick-up with a ...