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... Dhurba found a guy from the village we were looking for who pointed us in the right direction, but when it got to our 6th hour of walking we decided to stop for some food in a village before finishing what was apparently another hour or so walking.
We ordered chicken, which we then saw being taken from the field and heard being "prepared" for us... Its probably the freshest chicken I ever had! While we were waiting the villagers offered us a room there for us ...
... 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 ...
... fires in the middle of the room so people sit round them chatting rather than staying in separate groups.
After breakfast on day 6 we headed down to Rimche where I had left the Australians on the first day and said bye to Heather and Babu and set off on my own to begin the Gossinkund trek. I was hopefully going to catch Heather in Kathmandu before I headed to India so we swapped facebook details and arranged to stay in touch. I then set off to begin the 2nd leg of my ...
... 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 ...
... hub Thamel and booked my bus ticket to Pokhara where I'll be heading tomorrow. I've heard Pokhara is a lovely place with a pretty lake and good views of the mountains which I am super excited about so I can't wait to go there!
I finished off my day with a visit to Nepal's version of Starbucks and enjoyed an iced latte whilst people watching, one of my favourite pastimes!