Narayani Safari Hotel
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... I didnt know if I was going to vomit, faint, poop, burp, **** or all of those at once. I was dizzy and my fingers felt fizzy and I was as queazy as anything. The children literally had to hold my hands and help me walk towards where we were meeting Ralph at Swotha Cafe. Thank God for them. Little Angels. A relief to see Ralph and have some hot tea and ginger.
On Friday we are heading to Balthali and Namo ...
... down outside. The problem with Kathmandu, apparently, is that it's in a valley between the Himalayas and another mountain range so that when it rains and the clouds are low it's a safety issue to land and take off. Anyway sitting around makes you tired, and maybe the heat from the air con in the room doesn't help but I'm pretty tired from doing nothing. Dinner is a buffet down stairs and the word from the front counter is that it looks like a 10am leave ...
Saturday 13th December 2014 - Kathmandu, Nepal No photos today - it's all shopping, shopping , shopping ! A late wake up and a relaxed start to the day. Nothing planned except a shopping list to address, and hoping there is enough room to fit whatever we buy into our bags. As we've got 70 litres of backpack it's not much space, but the orders or pressure from home mean we've got pressure on us to perform. Breakfast is at a cafe down in Thamel, ...
... in the snow. The first hour wasn't too bad but after that, the lack of sleep the last few nights and being totally tired started to make the climb difficult. My legs just didn't seem to have any power left in them. With about 45 minutes left to the top, the guide took my backpack. Thank goodness as I don't think I would have honestly made it to the top otherwise. After three hours and ten minutes we made it to the ...
... in this temple I was shaking. The young priest must have noticed because he mentioned to Amanda and Lozang how I was a special person that I could feel these energies and help people with them. I felt exposed, seen and unsure how to respond. I kept practicing and yet held a deeper knowing of who I am as coming into relationship. Eventually after many blessings and circumambulations it was time to go down the hill. We would be back the next day. . .