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... even harder than before, but funnily enough I slept much better than the previous two nights!
Yesterday (day4) we left reasonably early, unwashed and smelling of wood-smoke, and started on the walk to Nargakot. The terrain was mainly roads, with steep rocky "shortcuts" to get us to our destination. Again we were really lucky with the weather, for me it was nice and cool, though chilly for the other three! The views into the valley have been amazing, and I felt ...
... hopping on the once daily bus to Kathmandu! He said he was hurting and had had enough so I waved him off and carried on walking to Chipling. It was scorching so I sat for an hour or so with a coke watching a mother trying to bathe her two little boys with a bucket of cold water. I'd put on copious amounts of sun cream but still managed to burn one side of my neck and nose. It was crazy to think the day before I had been in snow. I began the 2 hour walk to Chisopani ...
... 8211; the contents of my water bottle were slushy by morning.
I set out early for Langshisha Kharka, a long traverse up the snow-covered but relatively level valley bottom. I ran into Jo again at the guesthouse, and she told me she had hiked up in that direction and back all day, the one tricky part being crossing the stream about one km out of the village. Well, I got to the stream and couldn’t figure out any crossing that wouldn’t get me ...
... covering the mile long wall absolutely boggles the mind.
Above Langtang the valley broadened further and flattended out for a beautiful walk at 12,000-plus feet in brilliant sunshine. My approach to Kyanjin Gompa I’m including in my next entry, but I should mention something about my return trip. I was all alone as I was walking back down valley on another brilliant morning. A local Tibetan man came running towards me. He approached me and ...
... there's just not enough room.
It is also our last day in India. Have we seen enough? Yes. The hotels we visited, the people we met and the food we ate were all wonderfully exotic and somewhat unhygienic and we will miss them but brown green toxic gas poison air, we think we'll miss you most of all. Actually probably not; we'll be coughing you for months. India, at least the places in the country we visited were a health hazard, sausage ...