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... they were marshmallows), not surprisingly this ended in her burning my undies, with me having to suck up my disappointment as everyone laughed. Creepily I also went to my tent at one point only to find I had been followed by a man- who had randomly appeared. He was shooed off by our guides after everyone put lights on him and he got a fright. But it was hard not to be a little freaked out although I'm sure he was just harmless.Tomorrow we will walk to our final camp! ...
... cup of masala tea and snacks, before heading on up the hill.
The crowd had started to thin out, so it was a little more pleasant walking. The click clack of walking sticks gone - those that use them either push past and are experienced Trekkers or swing them around lethally clearly with no idea how they are supposed to help. With no more rude Europeans barging past, it was a lovely walk, if you can call the steep ...
... what she was singing in the kitchen when we stayed over. I asked him if he was ok many times and even drew a heart shape in the ground so when he got there he would know how much I care and that I was thinking about him. I kept saying we can take our time, stop, breathe, relax and we didn’t have to race. I made sure he was drinking enough water and tried to show him some leg exercises to help release some tension.
As you already know, Dan couldn’t go on and ...
... along the jeep route. Bhim had told me that a jeep was an option for the first couple of days, but we would see how we felt! Seems like a cheat to me if you're trekking to take a jeep!!
The sun was beating down and we felt like we were walking in a sauna – I could feel every pore on my body sweating, it was not a good feeling. Soon my tshirt was soaked and it felt like my trousers were too!! Lots and lots of water stops – Nadine would be proud, ...
... has solar panels to supplement the grid and to provide power to necessities during these outages. The rain eventually let up after dinner, so we had a dance party on the rooftop of our home stay with some traditional and modern Nepali music. We've had a few dancing nights, both here at the home stay and also with the other volunteers in Kathmandu and Chitwan. I love how absolutely everyone loses all inhibition and becomes absorbed in the craziness and fun. Even those ...