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... soup with noodles, Buffalo MoMo (Napali innovation of Chinese dumplings, filled with buffalo, chicken or vegetables) and Palak Paner - cottage cheese with spinach, garlic and chiapatti bread. Delicious! As a beverage we tried Kathmandu lager, 5.5% strength. After the lunch we went exploring the city by ourselves. With the little map that we took from our hotel we decided to find the way to the Durbar Square, which seemed close enough and easy ...
... they sell is beautiful. I was keen to buy Tom what looked like a goblet (from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire obvs) however at a price of $45 much as I love him, a fake goblet is not worth that!! Breakfast was served in the garden and it felt like a typical weekend day in summer. I read the paper (star signs obviously being the first page I now turn to, I've changed, what can I say, I'm finding myself) drank an iced coffee and had a very pleasant ...
... lots of creams and potions we managed to get her going. It was a hard slog with lots of ups and downs in very sloshy snow. It was dangerous in spots and you really needed to concentrate in order not to have too many slips. The weather was a mix of everything, sun, snow, and wind. The round trip to base camp from our accommodation was 17kms. On top of a big morning it was a big effort to get there, ...
... br> schließen können und neue Erfahrungen sammeln dürfen.
der starken Armut der Bevölkerung, da das jährliche Einkommen bei
750 $! liegt, sind die Nepalesen ein aufgeschlossenes und sehr
freundliches Volk. Es ist neben der Vielfalt und Schönheit eben jene
magische, mystische und märchenhafte Atmosphäre, das sicherlich
fast jeden Reisenden fasziniert und in den Bann zieht. Nepal, eines
der ärmsten Staaten der ganzen Welt, ist ein Land, in dem ...
... the national park. The jungle was cool and misty, and the village was just waking up. It was especially serene on the river side at this hour, as the tourists were yet to come out.
After a leisurely breakfast of Tibetan bread and omelettes, we set out for the bus that's to take us to a large town before boarding a coach for Kathmandu. The Tibetan bread was almost crispy like a giant cookie, it was dusted with a little sugar and ...