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... the nearby coffee bushes with beans, being shown the cinnamon tree, and trying unsuccessfully to film the butterflies. Had an omelette with toast.
About 5pm it started to rain, quite a relief as it had been getting very muggy. But it got worse, thunder & lightning, very very frightning! I got my washing in in time & stayed in my room, watching recordings of Count Arthur Strong, as you do up the Himalayas. Very funny. At about 7pm I got a ...
Today was absolutely stunning! I did my very first paraglide and it was such an incredible feeling to be soaring high in the sky. Looking at the photos from today, I couldn't help but to smile. I was so happy!
After a bumpy ride from Pokhara city centre we arrived at Sarangkot look-out point, which overlooked the Fewa River and the city Pokhara. It was also one of the launch sites for paragliders. A girl in our group made the trip from China to ...
... br> Lunch was a feast of Gurung bread, Nepali version of the coleslaw (carrots, cabbage and spinach mixed with mayonnaise), and curried potatoes. Needless to say every bite was heavenly. It would be so hard to adjust to cooking for myself after this trip.
In the afternoon, we hiked to a field not far from the Ghandruk village to do butterfly surveys. We all split up on the field to look for ...
... bullet winds,ice water, snow leopards, frostbites etc etc. I did not want to go back. I did not want to go back-at all. "Ke bhayo? Kina yesto serious serious? " ( what happened why so serious !?) Kishanji interrupted that monotone space with his jovial voice. "Nothing" I replied. "I think you are thinking of missing us after this right?!" I smiled without a word. I was in pain physically, mentally, emotionally. We were coming back alive, with a story of survival. But I was ...
Had a cold and hard night, but hey, comfort can come later when we get to Anadu house in Pokhara.
Woke up to some hot chocolate and tea and then some breakfast lovingly made by the rafting crew.. veggies (potato, green pepper and tomato) with boiled eggs and bread. Packed ...