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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... they won't be frozen stiff and so that the camera batteries will last longer. They tend to wear out quickly in the cold. Just like me.
I fantasize of the warmth I will have in Mexico. But at the moment, I wouldn't want to be any where else than here, surrounded by the breathtaking mountains of Nepal.
Wish me strenght to carry on! And warmth please. Just some warmth, and the strength will come automatically.
... forming a little ball - in case we got into rain again and had to fight off leeches. I really like her. The climb down through the jungle was nice and very peaceful. But the adventure time did not stop: Halfway to Ghandruk, a pretty worried looking guy approached us and asked whether we had seen a tourist couple on the way. He turned out to be a guide who had lost two out of his three customers. Unfortunately, we did not see anyone on our ...
... and anger from everyone we finally head home.
p.s: while was on the phone with my mate in Nepal airport carpark in the morning I found a new note of 2000rupees. LUCKY ME!
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in the midst of all this for past 3nights I was actually communicating with my BFF Miza, cousin Mariah and MFAs officials on my latest update and where am I supposed to ...
... this on the way up, but we were pretty sure it wasn’t. Some parts were really slippery and it was pretty tricky going down. We all fell over at some point – unfortunately my tumble was spectacular and in front of about 30 schoolgirls. Great. We arrived at Deurali (3,200m, where we stayed 2 nights before), and that was covered in snow as well and it definitely hadn’t been last time. The snow changed the landscape and it all looked completely ...
... grumpy Swiss guy who reminded me of Sid Rawle (long hair & beard, big belly, outspoken & wearing an orange smock). These grumpy gits spoke amongst themselves most of the time, in German so only caught the odd word. A German woman was sat on the ground sorting through the coffee beans, picking out the bad ones. She seemed nice but went for a dip in the lake to cool off (1000feet down!) There was a couple there too in the corner, he was Russian, she ...