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... by nighttime, at least 3 feet of snow had fallen in Manang. We could only wonder how much had fallen at the higher elevations as there was no reliable communication between Manang and the higher villages, all power lines and telephone lines were out for the entire day and night. We wondered how Tamara and Noud were faring at Tilicho Lake and hoped, for their sake, that they had stayed put. We decided that if the next day was clear, we would continue hiking as other ...
... and very much the weather over here. It's nice to have this for a few days to get back to make us appreciate what we have, but I would not want to change for good.
Anyway, so much for my thoughts this morning. It was time to head off onto the our hike again.
Since we were going down, back into the valley first it was quite a nice and easy walk. We crossed the Marsyangdi River once more and passed through the village of Thanchowk. The village was only a narrow ...
... riches, technology and a fast paced world. Everything we had
come away to seek partial solace from. We carried on, past a Hindu temple buried
deep in the damp woods, Shiva explained that this temple was a holy place where
the local came to make sacrifices of goats to please the gods and bring good
fortune. Each temple has a small pool behind it, where apparently the female Goddess
lives, to protect the holy place she keeps safe.
After some more, yes you guessed ...
... still somehow exist in a 'modern world'. Words cannot be filled with enough poison to suitably describe the heinous scum that prosper or engage in such atrocious crimes. I am not a vengeful or hateful person, but I would willingly see each such person paid back with all the festering miseries of the world endlessly raining down upon them until their final breath. I am utterly furious. Thankfully, it will be a quiet night in with the Timilsina family tonight. No doubt they ...
... experienced it and some frustrations I've encountered in my time here: Nepal's cultural and spiritual beauty is ever present, through the celebration of numerous festivals and inclusiveness of many faiths; a tight knit community where every man, woman and child passing on the street offers a warm greeting and a friendly smile. It is also a country trying to keep pace with its fast developing neighbours, China and India, but is seemingly unprepared and utterly ...