The Dwarika'S Resort-Dhulikhel
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Tina still has a bad cold, but that didn't stop me getting up to do an early morning flight over the Himalayas to Everest and back in a Yeti Jetstream 41. Along with Peter and Alison, Brian and Jutta, we went to the airport where chaos reigned. There were several "Everest Expresses" all due to take off at 6:00 AM. Our flight was Number 1, but in …
Getting up early and packing up is now second nature. We are all ready to board the bus at 7:45. Once again we are flying on a Yeti Airlines BA Jetstream 41, 30 seater turbo-prop plane. Later I find only 100 were built, and they stopped making them in 1997.
The flight at 9 o'clock was on time and uneventful. We once again managed to sit on …
The usual coffee arrived at our room, followed by water to have a wash, after breakfast we hobbled to the hospital, about half an hours walk across the village. Neither of us are feeling any better, we must be quite a concern for Nuru. At the hospital which was built with Swiss aid around 10 years ago, the doctor showed us around. There is a Lab where simple diagnosis can be performed, next door was the treatment room, there is ...
... new visa in my passport and I finally got my stamp to get out of the country ! Part of me actually hoped to stay behind but like all good things, they have to come to an end at some point ! I had such an amazing time roaming through India and Nepal ! I only got to scratch the surface of this amazing land and already know I'll be back trekking in the region in the future ! Annapurna circuit, Upper Mustang, Everest, ... But all in due time ! All in due ...
... with traffic) drive to the monkey temple (Swayambhunath). To some of you, a monkey temple probably sounds great. For me, I don't really care for monkeys... So, they lost me at Monkey and had me at a spiderweb of peace flags strung out from tree to tree. Some 365 stairs later, I was greeted by a massive, white stupa (a Buddhist commemorative monument). Painted on this stupa are Buddha's eyes, eyebrows and a number one in the fashion of a nose. At the very top ...