Dhulikhel Lodge Resort
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We took breakfast on the veranda, and were given a very brief show of the Himalayas as it came and went in the fog and clouds... then a great drive to campus and the conference venue thru rice fields. I went for a brief walk before sunset and dinner... after there was a tremendous monsoon...
Buckets of rain that I wish I could send to California.
... spaces because of the children. This has also been a great age to be travelling with them. Untold value in getting away from what we know and who we know and finding new ways of relating and being.
At tea time I was sitting by myself and eagles were flying above my head. They we so close they looked golden reflecting the light of the sun.
... came across a village. One of my best moments was hearing a few young voices sing to guitar inside a house. Goats and cows and chicken roamed around adding their own clear sounds.
Noah had a slide down side of the mountain in pursuit of his flat cap and was very upset. A local onlooker was smiling as ...
I slept quite well last night as there were no roosters to wake me up and the dogs only barked once. We left around 7:20 and the guide said it would be about a six hour walk. Two hours and forty-five minutes later we arrived at the home stay in Khandadevi. Again there was really nothing to do so we played cards until lunch time. After lunch, we walked thirty minutes down the hill to another village to have a look. We spent a few minutes looking at ...
Well I have been travelling for three months now with three weeks of that in Japan and the rest in China. I had done amazing things (summited Mount Fuji, climbed the Great Wall, saw mountains that looked like rainbows, watched cultural performances, and much more). I have stayed in caves, tents, yurts, capsules, guesthouses, ryokans, and hotels. I have eaten terrific food (Kung poa chicken, sweet and sour chicken and pork, noodles, and much more). I have learned about ...