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... people are small) and then very dark inside. To my left a man in an open room cooking something in a pot. Straight ahead a woman washing just her hair. Then we had to climb up several stories of these tiny wooden stairs that looked like rickety tree house kind of stuff all the while it's very dark and cramped. Oh the thoughts running thru my head.... If one of these steps give way... If there's a fire.....if there's ...
... Vengaboys album (who knew they had a whole album?) Which was actually awesome... Well the songs we knew anyway.
We had brief access to WiFi and I found out that my mums husband had died a couple of days earlier, I managed to call her briefly from the hotel, but it made me realise even more how cut off we are out here... When I get WiFi access sometimes its really dodgy and most of the time, my apps don't seem to work, so messenger won't load or I will only get ...
... experience to sour my opinion of their airline, so they offered to give me 15,000 guest miles as a goodwill gesture. Now that is good customer service.
On the other end of the spectrum, US Airways basically told me to suck it up because they can't control the weather so they were not responsible and didn't owe me anything. As if the weather in NYC was the only thing that I was upset about. I responded telling them they did, indeed, owe me something because I incurred ...
... hot shower, access to their library, lunch, dinner, breakfast and 3 drinks for the equivalent of £6.50! I got chatting to the guy working there who was about my age and helping out his parents, he started by saying he was single as he'd dumped his girlfriend for not sleeping with him before marriage, then proceeded to ask if I was married and when I replied no asked if I wanted to go for a walk up the hill with him. I said tempting as the offer was (although I think ...
... 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 ...