Travel Blogs from Nagarkot
... the evening round the fire. I had to decide from here whether to do a 2 day walk to Dunche and get a 7hr bus back to Kathmandu or do a 3.5 day walk back down the Helambu trail and get a 1 hour bus. I eventually opted for the Helambu trail as I had time plus I couldn't shake off the memories of the last bus journey I'd had. I also knew after the 2nd day it would be warm and I'd get some comforts like a hot shower and tastier food.
After a freezing nights sleep I had ...
... massive fire going and we hung up all our wet things, had a hot drink and felt loads better. The girl working in the lodge played some music on her phone and the four of us played some cards for a few hours, had dinner, read then headed to bed.
Luckily our 3rd day was bright and it seemed like the rain was over. It was a short 3 hour walk and we arrived by 11am. We couldnt go any further as it was much steeper and needed to aclimatise. As it was Heather developed ...
... free Wifi for guests, I asked for a login and password. The lady asked my room number, oh sorry not sure. Ok Mam can I have your name,I gave it to her. Of course she could not find me but no problems here is login and password. Online once again. Then off for a stroll through the shops. I found a Baskins Robin decided to have a caramel ice ram for 200rupee ($2) and they also have free wifi. I was in heaven. Finished the afternoon with a glass of red at the Radisson ...
... Guest House in the Thamil area. The best of this area is that everything is here. Restaurants, shopping, exotic sounds of music emanating in the small alley ways also congested with motorcycles and cars. The Kathmandu Guest house has been around for fifty years and has seen many a mountain climbers (assault teams) for Mt Everest as well as the other peaks. IT has grown from a small hippy hang out of the 1970’s to a popular word of ...
... Nepali food here, mo-mos, which we're really tasty. Day 10 (Jhinu to Pokhara) - the final day of walking, more challenging than expected but we we're really happy to get back to Nayapul and see the taxi waiting to take us back to Pokhara. We'd originally booked it to be an 11 day trek but half way through we decided to cut it a day short as we we're thinking about having the extra day to do some rafting, but in the end enjoyed an extra rest day instead. ...
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