Span Resort & Spa
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... kept an eye out for any areas where they might be getting ready for blasting, but the only evidence of that were the trucks we overtook that had "Explosives" written on them, usually with a skull and cross bones as well. After an hour we stopped for Chai at the camp where the second checkpoint was. Still no signs of any roadworks or blasting, maybe our information was wrong, but we were all extremely happy to have made it up this far so ...
... excitement. It wasn't until another team member quietly pointed her out to Shane and said that she needed boots. When Shane asked her to come up and try some on she said "it is alright, I want to make sure everyone who needs them gets them first" but Shane reminded her that she did need them! Choesum, so humble, so grateful. She got a nice flash pair of yellow nikes, perfect for our Captain! These are moments, memories that will forever be in my heart.
... their territory - and certainly give no sympathy to comparatively insignificant vehicles such as ours. Many times we would be forced up onto the scree as one ploughed past, multi-tone horn blaring. For all their primitive road manners and exposed metal, these trucks are treated like princesses; tarted up with tinsel, plastic flowers, tassel, sequins, frescos of gods plastered on every available wall space and a crowning name christening the front of the cabin ...
... Himalayan Nyinmapa Buddhist temple are in a little Tibetan community in the center of town who is mostly enclosed by colourful Buddhist prayer flags. Inside the temple is a huge statue of Sakyamuni –the historical Buddha. Two stories high we go upstairs to find an all together less peaceful statue of a guy with 8 arms – all of which have mutilated body parts attached,he’s also surfing on two corpses. He’s equipped with ...
... This was a small hiccup in what was otherwise a day full of laughter and story telling of each others previous travels and future plans.
One way to get into the locals heads and understand them is through food, a 2 hour cooking class with a local Tibetan teaching us the art of making Momo's (a traditional Tibetan dumpling stuffed with veg or spinach and ...