Marcopolo Business Hotel
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... br> Day one we walked Nayapool to Tikhedhunga, 7km.
Day two, Tikhedungha to Ghorepani, 12km.
Day three, Ghorepani to Tadapani, 9km.
Day four, Tadapani to Chomrong, 8km.
Day five, Chomrong to Himalaya Hotel, 10km.
Day six, Himalaya Hotel to Annapurna Base Camp, 10km.
Day seven, Annapurna Base Camp to Sinuwa, 19km.
Day eight Sinuwa to Jhinudanda, 4km.
Last day of trekking will be about 12km to ...
... away we went, almost no traffic on the road due to the shortage, which means we can make up time. Freezing!! And just a little scary!!! By this stage I had a top over a long sleeve tshirt, over a top and 2 pairs of pants on - what a picture, oh and topped off with a sarong as a scarf!! It was 8pm. My 2 friends were due to get off at Bhaktapur and for the last hour or so at each stop, they had called out to the bus hustler to see if there was any room IN the bus ...
... water and chips. It had quite a variety of goods and very clean. I also noticed there is police or maybe security at the door ways and wandering throughout the store, they are also outside the Radisson all the time as well. My room is just as you would expect at home but you cannot drink the water or clean your teeth in the water. the people I have met so far are very friendly and helpful. I hope to do a tour of Kathmandu sights ...
... Thamel district and had 3 nights to rest up, and get healthy before I journeyed into the mountains for 17 days. Not thrilled by my state of health, I laid pretty low.
The Thamel area is loaded with chaos. Tight streets with no sidewalks, shops everywhere peddling trekking goods and random trinkets, and drivers ripping around in cars, on motorbikes, and riding barefoot on bikes make it a wild scene. After checking in with my trekking company, meeting my ...
... gear on the sun shinning down and the beautiful Himilaya mountains all around.
Over the high pass drop to gosakunda Lake at 14000 feet these are the holy lake Buddhist and Hindu pilgrimage to dip thankfully it was frozen over it was freezing at night water bottle and body froze over night.