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... our flight got pushed back by a few hours, so I guess instead of getting up early and heading to the airport, we have time for breakfast and getting baked on the sunny roof terrace. This is the life. We should never be scared of the new or unusual, and instead just soak it all up, and take everything it gives.
Love to everyone, hope you are well and life at home is good for each and every one of you.
Scotty and Dan
... peak of 2700(ish)meters, mainly walking on good paths and large steps going up and up... I had been told to look out for tigers, something which I had assumed was a joke, but apparently they are wild here! (I'm so naive)
Our guest house was similar to the first but catered for more tourists, so they kindly put some 'western' music on for us over lunch... Unfortunately their choice was Justin beiber aaaaaaagh! Dinner time was much much better when they played ...
... claim, my bags were not there. Either one. Despite the fact that both of them had been checked by different airlines from different locations at different phases of the flight. Predictable. They took my information and told me they would call when they found my bags. So I made my way to the hotel and it was very nice. The staff is very courteous and the room is comfortable and clean. Very basic, but what do you expect for $7/night? I got a call that night from Etihad letting me ...
... poles along for protection if nothing else. A German couple witnessed it and it took them about 10 minutes to get up the courage to go past it but it seemed alright with them. I arrived in kutamsang by 1pm, had my first decent coffee and some lunch. I was so chilled I decided to call it a day. I had a solar powered hot shower, my first in 10 days which was amazing! Now I was in a town with road access the prices had dropped like crazy, I had a nights ...
... all around. Along the trail were chortens and incredible mani walls. What’s a mani wall? Well, it’s a pile of stones that forms a long wall that separates directions on a thoroughfare. In Tibetan Buddhism one must always circumnavigate such religious shrines towards the left (clockwise direction) for good karma. The walls are covered with flat stones into which prayers are carved. The amount of work that must have gone into carving prayers onto ...
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