Mum'S Garden Resort
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... this before. It was the end of an uncompleted trek but the general feeling is that we had all very luckily survived a horrible tragedy. Roger, Alon, Akit, Anna and I all realized that just one day of rest had likely made a huge difference in our fates during and after the storm. We felt very lucky to be unharmed and alive. We feel deeply saddened for those who were not so lucky and the family and friends they have left behind. Now that we are back in Pokhara with better ...
... br> While waiting for the food we played a game with the local kids. It consisted of throwing three coins on the ground from which the opponent then selcts one coin. You then have to hit that coin with a stone, or get close to it. The kids kicked our asses. After a refill (which is very common for this dish) it was a bit of a struggle to get back on the road.
My map stated times and ...
... for the local people who were herding their
goats, gathering grasses, and generally making their way about their day. Each
resting place was maintained by the community and was hundreds of years old. We
were certainly thankful for them, as each once gave us a moment to take in some
much needed water and get out of the sun.
After some hours (3 or 4 hours a day walking my ****!) we
arrived at the nights resting place, an isolated village called Phalamedanda.
... It never really bothered me much at the time, as the trek itself was fantastic, but it's definitely funnier in retrospect, when wearing dry clothes. I am about to pick up the kids from school, where I will find, no doubt, that they have an enormous pile of homework. They really do work incredibly hard, especially for kids of primary age. It will be a quite night in with the kids and homework until dinner time, then an early night, leading into my final week in Pokhara. Dan in ...
... work tirelessly to not only replicate information without context, but do so in a foreign language which ensures that any deeper understanding is monumentally futile. Not unlike the poorly laid tar at my feet, cracks have begun to appear. I hate to paint a wonderful country in such a dark hue, but I am so totally frustrated to see a world so rich in spirit sell itself so short. 20 AUGUST The heaviest rains I have ever seen or heard in my life pelted down all night. Adding ...