Mum'S Garden Resort
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Travel Blogs from Pokhara
... the honey of native wild bee's. We asked if we could watch and of course Roman delivered. There is a good long version of this story but the short version is that the man, who is probably 65 years old, that went down the ladder with a flaming bundle of ferns and a bamboo spear is with out hyperbole the most bad ass dude we've ever seen in action. Our experience was slightly less bad ass. After the honey hunter smoked the bee's out they quickly made there way down and across ...
... below palpably close. A moment of insignificance in this world, so very small, so very alone, totally surrounded by the white sky and the white Earth, like being completely engulfed in giant waves of milk only much more threatening and overpowering. Wow. Now really looking forward to the Pass.
Day 9 - Duck being steamed alive in a washing machine and powerless to stop it. A lioness (me) protecting her cubs from nightly attacks by a mountain lion. Just my ...
... sollte man ab einer Höhe von 2500m nur 300m pro Nacht weiter aufsteigen, vielleicht werden wir uns dieser Regel beim nächsten Mal etwas mehr nähern, diesmal sind wir einfach den gleichen Weg gegangen wie die meisten anderen Wanderer auch.
Am Appetit hatte es uns glücklicherweise nicht gemangelt, so gab es zur Feier des Tages Bratkartoffeln und Ei zum Mittag und Momos (nepalesische Teigtaschen, in dieser Höhe nur vegetarisch gefüllt) und Pizza zum Abendbrot. ...
... in Mandarin, the Chinese woman and her new western 'boyfriend' obviously making up some ninety nine percent of the the banter. Arriving in Pokhara after a couple of hours, we were dropped off at a couple tacky sights, as per the itinerary, taking photos of tacky tourist stuff which was actually more fun than I thought it would be. My favourite moment was getting dropped off at a Tibetan refugee camp where you could search out and purchase various Tibetan wares. The awkwardness in the ...
... I was sitting on a bend, they had to shuffle back & forth a bit to get the angle for the corner, but got there in the end. When the dust had settled I continued upwards, ever upwards.
Near the top when the road had become steps, a kindly lady made me sit down in her cafe for a breather, much appreciated & told her I'd be back after the Pagoda visit. Finally reached the top at about 9.30, so took 2hrs, not the 20mins mentioned in my guide book! The Pagoda was ...