Shangri-La Village Pokhara
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at a much slower pace to make sure she was ok. Luckily there was cute villages to stop in along the way, with plenty of orange trees to steal fruit from, as well as cute babies to play with. Gab and I used the time to have Spanish lessons, I guess I really should take advantage of the fact my girlfriend is fluent, and she wants me to learn so we can secretly converse haha. After a long day of walking we arrived at our next village, this time the school ...
... When we finally made it to the top, which wasn't that much further, so I could have waited, the first thing was to wash the boot. It's now under the fire pit drying and as I sit here next to the fire pit, I'm sure I can still smell it.
Not even going to brave the shower, too cold, too primitive, too far and too much trouble. I'll hold out until the resort tomorrow night!!
Our dinner order always goes in early and we can specify what time we'd like to be ...
... in vain, but every time we descend to the base of the valley there is the promise of an equal or greater climb back up. Nonetheless, progress is progress and we were one day closer to those beautiful behemoths at the end of the valley.
It was cool to see how quickly the group’s fitness and mental resilience was increasing, and by the end of day 3, every member of the team was capable and comfortable (enough) to hike 5 hours a day.
... to the change in altitude, so the only thing for me to do was to descend beneath the current altitude and the feelings I was having would go away. All the advice is to not carry on if you feel like this, and Shiva made sure that I was well enough to walk, knew the route and I re-assured him that I would be ok. As much as it broke my heart to leave Scott, and to come so far, and to miss the peak I knew that for me the best thing to do was to go back down and to not drag Scotty ...
... flat!! So this was the pattern. I would be counting my steps, I find it helps me keep a good steady pace, if I got to 100 and we were close to a corner, I would carry on. If we got to a corner and I was only on 60, we would get to the next corner, very rarely did I give up before at least 100 steps. But it was hurting. I had put electrolytes in my water, that really helped (or was it just psychological?)
Soon I was looking down on Manang across the river, ...