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... the dry mutton or buffalo meat). We ate with our hand and I personally think that physical contact with food made it taste even better. We got caught by the storm in the restaurant, and we weren’t prepared for it, as the weather was really nice when we were leaving. After the half an hour the storm was still intense, and we were planning to leave trekking early morning next day, and it was getting later and later. So at some stage we decided ...
It is difficult to describe what our time in Nepal was like, which is probably why this post is so long overdue, as we have now been re-accustomed to the luxuries of the first world, but that is for a later post..... We spent 2 days in Kathmandu before the earthquake happened, visiting temples that stood for 100's of years but now are gone. We found Kathmandu a fascinating city. It is far from even the surface level westernization of the South East Asian cities we have visited. ...
Bilanz des Tages:
Start in 2060m
Ziel auf 3160m
Höhenmeter bergauf: 1300m
Höhenmeter bergab: 200m
An Tag 4 wollten wir nun unser großes Ziel, das Annapurna Basislager, erreichen. Wir brachen um 7:30 auf, da sich das Wetter am Nachmittag oft verschlechtert und vor allem da die Lawinengefahr am Vormittag am geringsten ist. Aufgrund einer kürzlichen, großen Lawine mussten wir zunächst einen kleinen Umweg ...
... and pavements can be a foot above the road with maybe a brick to step on.
I noticed as I entered the 'Lakeside' area that there are big signs saying "No Horns in Lakeside" which does explain the relative peace here, although a few do blare out occasionally. Its also cleaner here as they have litter bins & pickers. A tourist haven from the real, noisy, somewhat grubby Nepal!
Whilst sauntering along to breakfast this morning, I met some guys doing a deal to rent ...
... facial skin was flapping under the wind!
The entire flight took about 90 seconds and we were much further down on the mountain. Our take-off platform looked like a tiny dot in the distance. Wow! We had come a long way despite the fact it didn't feel like so.
I decided to take it easy and enjoy the leisurely vibe of Pokhara lakeside in the afternoon. It was my last evening in town. Tomorrow I set out for Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord ...