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Day 1 - 20th February 2014
Departing Australia, I left Brisbane and Kerrie left Melbourne at almost midnight on Wed 19th February 2014. Heading to Kuala Lumpur, the theory was that we would meet up on the morning of the 20th Feb. Somehow it worked, and we found each other ready for the second flight, to take us from KL to Kathmandu, …
Day 16: 7th March 2014
Our penultimate day in Kathmandu was tourist day, with Raj taking us around to see a few of Kathmandu's highlights. First place to visit was out to Boudha Stupa on the eastern outskirts of Kathmandu. It is the largest stupa in Nepal and the holiest Tibetan Buddhist temple outside Tibet and is rich in Buddhist …
Day 15: 6th March 2014
Waking up early (and I mean really early), we hopped in our taxi to head off to view the Annapurna sunrise from one of the local hills. Alas we were not the only ones, and as our Suzuki Swift powered up the mountain (I love the smell of burning clutch in the morning), we soon realised we were not to be alone. We soon …
... take all the doors so that I could practice my nepali presentation. The very first woman I spoke to was very kind and accepted the tract and the same happened at the next door. The surrounding hillside was breathtaking. The people are so nice. Even though your shoes are muddy and you walk a lot it doesn't feel like work. The people's warm reception energize you and it feels like you could walk forever. Then we stopped for tea. ...
... the hands talking, it is not particularly conducive to a happy group either. I am not sure what is going to happen. Things will change in SE Asia anyway when we no longer have the truck and will no longer be camping so there will be less reason to see the group as a whole, but that just means that the niggles will be left to fester, or the group will cease to exist. Interesting times ahead and I can't guess how it will turn out.
Anyway, tomorrow we are off to Pokhara.