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... our Saturday morning flight and were only flying three times a week now, presumably because no incoming passengers and less outgoing, and Thursday flight is overbooked. As a result we are now flying out tonight. Get into Melbourne 8.30pm Wednesday. The Nepali guy at the Kathmandu China Southern office was very helpful. The same cant be said of their Australian office! We made our flight changes at the China Southern office at 5.30m, then headed ...
... at Everest Steakhouse. The next morning, lovely Amir came to pick us up with his driver and took us to Pashupatinath, the Nepalese equivalent of Varanassi in India It is a holy place where the Hindu's take their dead for cremation in the ghats, so interesting. The body, swaddled in cloth, is taken to the river on a wooden stretcher, carried by family, men only. The body is then blessed and holy water from the river is poured on them and into their mouths. The body is ...
... with a semi-strict schedule), we found each other again at night. Our last day on the trail was a bit out of the ordinary because of two incidents. After a brutally steep downhill trail that took several agonizing hours, we finally arrived on the road to Dunche where we would spend our last night and hopefully catch a ride home with Julia, who had hired a private jeep as part of her tour package. We were just getting onto the road when we spotted a group of three ...
... lake and the Brahma temple, the only one of it's kind. The town is built around the holy lake with two temples up on the hills either side. We did an orientation walk past the lake (you have to take your shoes off by the lake) and in to the town past many tourist style guesthouses and market stalls selling the usual Ali baba pants, handmade bags and pashminas. Our memorable activity here was the camel ride. We arrived at the camels and I picked mine carefully hoping it would be the ...
... see) Adam and I headed off into the city to get our tommy tourist on. This place has some crazy little alleyways and amazing old buildings, mainly carved out of wood seemingly, its old and falling apart but not in the same way that India was decrepid, this seemed to be from legitimat age rather tan total and willful neglect. Doing fairly well in navagating we made it to the Anapurna temple and the food market, it’s busy here, possibly the busiest streets I’ve ...