Hotel Lovely Mount
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... and most do not seem willing to barter. So, we only ended up buying a card that I will frame and a Christmas ornament for our tree next year.
We decided to eat dinner at Moon Dance again. We were seated inside the door, but next to the open fire place, so it was not too chilly. Bill had a tandoori chicken pizza and I had pan-fried fish. We enjoyed our meal, but did not eat a lot since we had such a late lunch.
... our guesthouse. Our guesthouse had a campsite next to it that provided terrific views! We were so exhausted we just saw it once and missed sunset.
Now at night at ghorepani. Point where trek to poon hill will start. My stamina is weak. Body is secondary problem!
In the room alone. Joo and Amy next door preparing to conquer poon hill sunrise trek. Me? I'm realistic on my body condition. As part of the whole not over pushing ...
... following morning as planned, due to the clear weather and the benefits of sleeping at a lower altitude than you’ve reached in a day. We jumped at the opportunity and after a very hard 2hr 40 m climb, with almost constant stops to catch our breath, we reached the Mardi Himal High Viewpoint at 4300m. No photo or video will ever do the view justice and we spent 15 minutes here soaking it all in before the long descent back to camp.
The next few ...
... to challenge myself and I'm delighted with how I coped.......at times I just wanted to give up, but I didn't and although I didn't get up Gokyo Ri I've realised that doesn't actually matter what's more important is my ability to dig deep and pull on mental reserves I didn't even know I had. In terms of boosting my morale it's been brilliant. I'm actually tougher than I realised and when the going got really tough there was nobody there to lean on....just me and I managed ...
... bring your earplugs), and massive amounts of good feeling and camaraderie on the streets. Oh yes, and the mouth-watering smell of barbecued goat. Unless you're vegetarian, that is.
I also discovered that they have world-class - and cheap - dentistry here in Nepal. One ...