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... to scratch off the leeches would only make it easier for others to get a hold of my skin, we started sprinting up the wet jungle hill with our slippery sandals, soaking wet from the rain. Back in the hostel, I counted a leech in between each and every one of my toes and three more on my legs. They had already gotten too big (happily slurping my blood) to take away by hand, so salt had to do the trick ...
it took me awhile to write this blog... its just been roller coaster for me somehow when I just got back 2weeks ago.
why am I in Nepal cause I always wanted to go there and always a dream to do volunteer so why not do both, Its my first solo trip through out and my mission there to taught English in a women school
Original planned: 13th April till 11th May
So I shorten it 2 weeks earlier.
Pple been asking me about did I feel ...
... because they were really good at navigating the terrain but I also felt that sometimes the load they were carrying was so heavy that they just couldn’t stop. Some of the guys would have little-more than flip-flops on. The slightly higher prices for food up the mountain are fully justifiable.
It started to rain quite heavily whilst we were having lunch. Although the rain is annoying, we were prepared this time and a tiny part of me was glad to be able ...
... are many up here, brought up by cattle etc. Hope they don't get me! Then he told me of trekking to Everest years ago, when the local currency was in silver coins so you needed extra porters to carry the sacks of cash! He's quite a character. He told me he needed a dog to protect his goats as the last one was killed by leopards! Just then we noticed the mountains poking through the clouds so I went & took some pics.
I had dinner with Germima & John, an ...
... with my original offer of one hundred rupees, perfectly comfortable in the knowledge that I'm a bit of a tight *******. For the next few days, it rained solidly in Pokhara so I decided to take it easy, taking in the atmosphere around Fewa Tal and exploring the shops, bars and restaurants. Eventually I recognised the name of a bar above the street, Babylon, who's owner I'd met in Darjeeling while on his honeymoon a few weeks before. He'd made me promise him that I'd come in for a ...