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... tea before heading towards a relatively unexplored area called Nagaland where there are many tribes. We're making it all up as we go along but so far the adventure has been fantastic and we feel so privileged to meet so many extraordinary people,see incredible places and witness ordinary people soldiering on in adversity despite the losses they have suffered. The humbling experience continues.
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Ruth and Ian
... the mirror since starting the trek the biggest bonus was being able to wash the stink off my body with my first shower in 8 days.
On the trek there is lots of talk about bowel movements, acute mountain sickness, and general conditions of the body ie leg/back pains, color of pee. With my brother being stuff up for 7 days everyone ...
... at each other and spontaneously said "We're sharing the double bed!" I changed out of my wet clothes, grabbed my umbrella and we searched for somewhere for lunch. We found this small tea house nearby and the man who lived there was so sweet. Garratt had a couple of rum teas (which was pretty much hot water and a lot of rum) and I had another masala chai tea. It was still so cold inside we could see our breath. He made our curry from scratch so ...
... feel to the city.
We were tired and chose to eat at an on-site Chinese restaurant. The prices were surprisingly reasonable and the food was excellent.
It was then early to bed as we signed up for an early morning "up close and personal" flight to see Mt. Everest which necessitated a 4:30 AM wake up call. These excursions are "iffy" because of changing weather conditions in the ...
... out ASAP. We arrived late and our hotel had taken down our reservation wrong, so we were stuck at the airport for about 30 min before we finally found someone with a phone. The hotel sent a shuttle bus and it was another 30 min before they arrived. They also didn’t have a room so they put us in the hotel next door. It was a dark, dank, small, cold room with leaky faucets in the bathroom – about what we were expecting from Kathmandu. Our shuttle bus driver ...
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