Resort Eco Home
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... Some locals struggle with travel however so there was the rather off putting noise of a lady being sick into a bag for half of the journey. A dish of dhal really wasn't a good idea for her lunch.
We were told Pokhara was very scenic so we were a little surprised when we entred a very touristy high street. The scenic part is the lake especially when the majestic mountains of the Annapurna range are reflected in the water. ...
... I could get out and about as I still couldn't walk very far, otherwise I stayed at Peaceeye getting my leg better We met several lovely travellers here, John from Canada, Alan from England, Frank from Germany, Eric from Holland, Manoj from New Zealand, Maria from Portugal, 2 lovely trainee doctors from Holland, Anje from Australia and larger than life Lia from Canada who holds several world records including pulling an aeroplane. She was awaiting the arrival of her partner then was ...
... read, write and study Spanish. In hostels there always seems to be a lack of 'me time' although it's often by choice because talking to people and exchanging tip bits is useful and of course joining people on adventures takes the strain off. But boy am I happy to be in the hills and alone.
In the last few days I have visited the Monkey Temple which was beautiful if not a bit touristy but it reminded me of the spiritual atmosphere that I loved about India. I have been on a ...
... discerning and take the time inspecting the gear, while also negotiating a price. Kathmandu was also full of beautiful locally-designed clothes and art. It felt like an adult playground but it wasn’t until our last day there, after sending a package home full of gear and gifts, when I realized (because I was still drawn into a few shops) that for the first time in my life, even as an avid anti-consumerist, that I understood how people could become addicted ...
... to go out and it's very evident. We went to Connaught Place where we went to Costa Coffee. This was because I had lost our food bag again which was made up of biscuits and crisps which would have been safe to eat before meeting our tour group the next day. We didn't want to risk getting sick before we had even started! We headed to Central Secretariat where we saw the key government buildings before walking to India gate where we felt we had really arrived in India. We stood ...