Pong View Hotel
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... the trees in order to catch the mountain breeze, and they were so beautiful just flapping in the wind. We also found a large collection of small cairns of rock piled beneath a large number of prayer flags, and our guide explained to us that this was a sort of Buddhist graveyard, since after they cremated the bodies of their dead they would bring their ashes, along with certain relics and offerings, and place them under these rock piles and the prayer flags. It was ...
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... wrapped up with Bryan's new umbrella glowing like a beacon. Not very intrepid but it served the purpose.
We stopped for a hot drink near the falls before making our way up to the top. It was very pretty.
Off back to the hotel for a hot shower and some dry clothes, we had our last meal in Jimmy's Italian before heading back to pack. Taxi all booked for tomorrow.
We have really enjoyed it here and shall definitely take a little piece of it with us in our ...
... So after an hour of tossing I decided to move to the floor. Despite being a freezing cold, hard tile floor it was at least even. I managed another few hours, but at 4am I was frozen to the bone. Why they crank the ac is beyond me. ARG AGAIN! 5:45am - moving slowly Not being able to stand the cold lounge anymore I showed my tickets to the security guard that bobbled his head for a few moments and then let me through. Not even 20 steps in the temperature changed ...
... speeding down the road, I wondered at the speed off transformation from red and brown rock to green to verdant jungle all around us. We alternately rocketed downhill and sort of poked through settled areas . Houses and businesses were arrayed along both sides of the switchback road, built into the wall of rock on one side and up out of the slope on the other. Suddenly we came to a halt. The entire road was plugged with trucks and lined with destitute looking people. Munoj, our ...