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Today was an extra day for us to sight see. We are waiting for a bus to arughat and that could not happen until tomorrow because of festival. The city was pretty quiet today with most people heading to their villages to celebrate the Dashain festival. This is the day families go house to house of every family member, eat and receive a blessing. …
... cloudy so we missed that bit. We are staying in a quieter area about 10 minutes walk from town in a lovely guesthouse with helpful hosts and a lovely garden. It does mean we have to go past lots of tourist shops whose owners are desperate to sell their wares. The earthquake followed by the political unrest has made it very difficult for the tourist areas so they are understandably a little pushier than they used to be.
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... intersected with the popular Lantang Valley Trek this trek is the 3rd most popular trail in Nepal behind Everest and Annapurna trek as it’s a pretty easy trail with a quick fix of big Himalayan mountain only six hours starting point from Katmandu we move upwards following the fast flowing Lantang Khola River to the llama ...
... chase with a Nepalese guy and a Swede in search of a free ashram to no avail but I did get fed in his family home and visit a traditional cafe which was dark and filled with men sitting on wooden benches drinking rice wine. We joined them and shared cigarettes from Nepal, roll ups from England and beadies from India. I have been followed for about 2 hours by a Nepalese guy which was most annoying and a little on the threatening side when I told him to stop following me and he replied ...
Randy and I had been in hurry-up-and-get-out mode for the first two days, but as we were finally done with preparations and getting ready to pack Randy told me he wasn’t in as much of a hurry as he thought he’d be, and I realized I wasn’t either. So we decided to stay another day to give ourselves time to pack, acclimate, and get some rest before heading to the mountains (and of course, we weren’t in too big of a hurry to get away ...