Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge
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If you were fed up to the back teeth earlier in the year following our wanderings down under, here is something else for those of you having difficulty in sleeping at night. We are out for 5 weeks in Nepal and India as a final fling before David returns to the fold next year.
News of the death and destruction caused by the cyclone running …
... bus (locals) looked at me and shouted.. "This is highway of Nepal, didi. It's good! You have to see roads of Manang, wheels of the buses are literally outside of the cliff. Relax." I did not want to buy in. I closed my eyes and continued to swear and chant. That man who told me to relax was the same road worker whom we met on the second day - the day of calamity. He told me they had stayed in Kagbeni ( mid point between Muktinath- Jomsom )- next day they walked in knee level ...
... togethr the week before and the information to give to the peer educators from the previous group. The ACG afterwards was a lot more fun though, making musical instruments out of reclyed objects and coming up with a christmas song - our group won and we got some biscuits!
Afterwards we all hung out for a bit before heading back, it was another pretty chilled evening for us in Soti Pasal bu we did work out we'd walked for 12 hours so far this week.
Today was my first day at my new hospital- Alka hospital where I will be having a placement for the next 2 weeks. The hospital (which is a private hospital). The hospital itself is small, and from the outside really just looks like a shopfront with a driveway. However it is a well facilitated hospital with two subsets- Alka 1, where the emergency department is and all the outpatient services (so X-ray, paediatrician, obstetrics, gynaecology, psychiatrist, ...
... by 515am. Aakash suggested the night before that we layer up a bit more than we did for Renjo La pass so we bulked up with all our fleece tops, toques and gloves.
Kate said she was feeling good although a bit weak from not eating much the previous two days. The abundance of stars overhead suggested the weather was clear so we decided to attempt option A and cross the Cho La pass.
After a good breakfast we started our trek at 600am and by ...