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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... our first moment of fear and mild panic. With the language barrier, a tin thing in wheels pulling up to an alley skid shack in the middle of the night as they waited for us to get out. We kept our feet and hands free as we pretty much were prepared to flee with just our purses if need be. We finally realized that we were not in the right spot and paid the drivers to get us to our hotel we were supposed to be at. TA-DA we arrived!! Ahhhh relief! Until....we tried ...
... will prove. Our own day bags are filled with our own body weight in snacks, just in case. Our first night at a tea house showed us the basics. Essentially just a drafty room with 2 wooden boards with foam mattresses. The shared bathroom was effectively just a squat loo and a bucket. Not even a sink. Thank god for baby wipes! Our first real day of trekking was notoriously the hardest. 7 hours following a river through jungle, so lots of ups and downs and overall a ...
... as he pumped. I realised that's how he got the soot on his face. The poor man had to dump his first batch of chai because of this. He quickly started a second batch as more customers crowded around his little stand. The second batch was a success! I loved the sweet taste of Nepali chai. After all the other customers took their chai, there was one more cup left and he gave it to me gesturing that it was free of charge. I was delighted! As I sat there drinking my 2 cups of ...
"Keep Moving.." I read on an ad board as I walked through dusty road to the hospital. I smirked. I will! Grandmother looks better than previous evening. They said she will be discharged soon. I tried to cramp up all I could do , shop , meet Sus dada and Bid in one day in Kathmandu. I told my story to Bid - "that path you walked is an easy path! You climbed down hill mostly. We have to climb up for several days in snow, to go to the mountains and village of ...
... sitting in the middle. At one point I slid over and bashed my left knee on the armrest of the seat in front of Bill. Ouch! Once we were at cruising altitude gave each person a chance to go and see the view from the cockpit. We went last, so we had a close up view of Everest and the surrounding peaks.
On our way back to the seats we had some turbulence. It was such a strange feeling - not knowing where to place your foot, if it would be close or further away ...