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... gold with light from the sun and orange spread out just above the foothills ahead of us.
"Breathtaking" understates the strength and beauty being revealed in front of us.
Experiencing the sun rise over the Himalayas will be a part of us forever.
The terrain between Pokhara and Kathmandu was a continual climb in altitude through narrow valleys are covered with trees and striped with terraces filled with crops. Somehow we ...
... we would buy loads of junk food and stay up late chatting - but that kinda fell through at about 9.30. I managed to stay up till 11.30 before realising there was no point. So i ate a kitkat and drunk some mountain dew then fell asleep.
New Years day. Today involved a lot of lying around in bed throughout the morning - which is exactly what i would have been doing at home just with a movie. We headed off at 10.40 to take our first Hygiene session at ...
... There is a festival on at the moment, so its very festive.
Came home and Soph gave me the most divine healing.
Had been craving live music and boy did it come from all angles until 10pm so sleep was a little disturbed. Had to pack all our things for our rafting.
Ordered some sandwiches for the ...
... the floor and stepped on it. Turs out it was a giant centipede, I headed home after that to pack for the next day.
The day we get to go to our communities and permanent host homes, we all woke up early to get ready and get our bags up to the hall! they're still very heavy. The community had all met up to say goodbye to us and gave us rice tikkas, scarves, brooches and snacks :) Most of us gave a sall donation as we left, to say ...
... starts. The benefit of this was a reasonably early finish each day with plenty of chill out time in the sun! This trek is a lot more popular with the westerners, and the locals paid no attention to us. This was in stark contrast to the previous trek where the locals (and especially the kids) were always only too happy to greet us all the time. As a result this had a very different feel to it. The temperatures felt a lot warmer, ...