Shangri-La Village Pokhara
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... from one side of my shoulder to the other (really!). To get to my room, I had to cross a small field and I was not too eager to do so after seing the size the insects in Nepal could reach. But I figured that I can deal with a moth if I can deal with leeches and I stumbled to my room. Inside my room I had to get rid of two frogs before being able to get to bed. The next day we woke up to rain. Laxmi suggested to take the small bus to Pokhara, since the trekking way would we ...
... how does I feel? how do I feel to be in military plane? etc etc
my hardest part till now avoiding the videos!
FYI I almost left 1/2 of my belongings include my passport and USD/SGD $$$ due I left it at my host place and for first few days the road are closed to that area I lived
so here I am sharing with u my experience:-
25th Apr 2015 - 1st Earthquake (7.9magnitude)
it was 10.30am my first water rafting ...
... In the evening, we met a German couple that had been coming to Nepal for the last 5 years, and also an American Chinese (she was the one who told us what the other Chinese couple had said). We would constantly see these people along the trek as well. We played some cards and had another hot shower before going to bed about 8pm (this would also become a regular occurrence).
Distance covered: 12.77km
Elevation gain: 1,215m
Elevation loss: ...
... in the middle of the road. As they have sharp horns you must give the a wide berth in case they inadvertently turn their heads as you pass (and I've turned a few cows heads in my time). Then there were numerous single cows, slowly crossing the road or just sitting down in the middle. Apart from those bovine menace there are the usual potholes but also metal pipes standing proud of the road which are harder to spot and would do more damage if hit. My plan of following the ...
... geht es zurück in die Heimat.
Mit vollem Bauch machen wir uns auf den Weg zum busstand, da wir mit einem Bus nach 'Namobuddha', einem Kloster, fahren möchten. Während wir auf den Bus warten, bleibt ein Pickup vor uns stehen, auf dessen Ladefläche sich eine Leiche befindet. Hier ist dies jedoch Alltag, da viele Verstorbene aufgrund ihres Glaubens nach Nepal/ Indien (zurück) transportiert werden, um hier ihre letzte Ruhe zu finden. In Indien gibt es ...