Super View Lodge and Restaurant
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... leeches due to the rain. Thinking that a local bus ride might be a funny experience, I agreed. She then called for a bus, which somehow automatically served as a public bus for anyone who wanted to go towards Pokhara. We picked up 3 small children along the way, who were on their way to school. They were very excited to have the opportunity to take the bus! Along the way the bus stopped once to have it fill up with people. The principle here is not - as we know it - that the people ...
... was with my gf(another volunteer from UK), our rafting guide and 6 other pple((PRC)
for the first 30-45mins, it was great to be in the water and rafting enjoying the scenery despite chaos from the PRC due language barriers and breakdown communications somehow.
suddenly we saw landslide left n right of the hills so we quickly paddle more to the right as we were more on the left that period.
we saw soils and stones dropping on the small narrow ...
We got up early and were on the move by 7am. It was another clear morning and the views were awesome. After the uphill section to upper Sinuwa (2,360m), the path flattened out and we made good time to a place called Bamboo (2,310m). We had a tea and snickers break before carrying on to Himalaya (2,920m) for lunch.
All of the teahouses along the route have pretty much the same menu, with only slight variations. This ...
... front seemed to work except when they turned off & I had to find another one to follow. But eventually did the hotel bit & then headed out to Sarankot which is the pyramid shaped hill on the edge of town.
The road up started out OK, nice tarmac. But after a while it turned into a rocky mud track and I had to stand up on the pedals to avoid the worst bounces. At last I got as far up as I thought was necessary & checked into a hotel on the right side of the ...
... eigene Stadt, in der fast nur alte Personen leben. Diese erhoffen sich nach ihrem Tot ein besonders schönes Leben, sollten sie in Varanasi, der heiligsten Stadt sterben. Diese Stadt steht ebenfalls auf meiner Reiseroute.
Es stellt sich heraus, dass unser Bus ein Pickup mit einem großen Eisengitter ist. Auf den Weg zur monastery, stehen wir auf der Ladefläche des Fahrzeugs und werden buchstäblich 'durchgeschüttelt'. Der Weg wird immer steiler und der Zustand der ...