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... whilst drinking a rich red wine and being warm and did I mention NOT FREEZING?
Despite the cold, leeches (I've only seen one in the mud so far), and hole-in-the-floor-toilets, I am having a great time and am determined to make it through.
I must admit that I do share my sleeping bag at night.... With my best travel-companion, my camera. It goes in the bottom with the clothes I plan to wear the day ...
Hoorraayy! I woke up without any leeches on me and without any other weird new bites. The wheather also started to clear up and the raining had stopped. I had no clue where todays destination would be, so I joined Laxmi and the family for breakfast and watched them discuss our next steps. The decision fell to Ghandruk, a bigger village some hills further down. When Laxmi and I were ready to leave, the mother gave me a small cloth filled with salt, ...
... screaming and people started to ran out of the airport building but sadly its seems a false alarm.
Results I was in deep shocked as I was having deep sleep and awakened by screamers.
Some afraid of human stampede.
27th April - Nepal Airport
8am - we all was excited to head back SG but due heavy congestion on the runaway we extend another night in the airport.
5pm - since no after shocked for past 5-6hours I ...
... only lie on her back without feeling sick, and Lauren looked a bit iffy as well. I still think the Snickers roll played a part though...
Distance covered: 7.01km
Elevation gain: 1,175m
Elevation loss: 209m
We all survived the night! We were up at 5.30 to watch the sunrise over the mountains, and the sky was beautifully clear once again. From the evidence in the snow just outside the rooms, there were plenty of people ...
... It got better as I left Pokhora, the road was straighter and there was less traffic. No sign for my turn off, so I stopped beside a group of old men who pointed down the road for Begnas Tal. I went straight through the village & up a long hill to a ridge overlooking the lake (tal) till I came to the coffee house recommended by Conrad. Saw the owner on the road, carrying a few sacks of beans on his back. He tried to get me to ride the bike up a narrow path with ...