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  • Manaslu Trek Day 9: Samdo- DharamsalaAltitude reached: 4400m We are now well above the highest point I've ever been. The day was short again- 3.5hrs- and with the help of diamox (altitude tablets) and lots of water I'm handling the height well (although we went up Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 16, 2018
  • Manaslu Trek Day 8: Samagoun - SamdoAltitude reached: 3860m So, last night the dreaded "tummy bug" finally struck. I won't go into details except to say I was incredibly grateful we had a sit down toilet- because even on that I nearly passed out. One relatively uncomfortable Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 15, 2018
  • Manaslu Trek Day 7: "Rest day"Today we stayed in Smagun- that is, we didn't move on to the next town. However, it was not a "rest day" as one might expect. We did a 6 hr walk - 3 hrs up to a clearing at Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 14, 2018
  • Manaslu Trek Day 6: Lho - Samagoun/Sama (Ryo)Altitude reached: 3520m (Our hits in Lho) Short day- yay!! Today we only had 3 hrs of trekking, because from 3000m onwards you shouldn't sleep more than 300m above your last nigh Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 13, 2018
  • Manaslu Trek Day 5: Ghap- LhoAltitude reached: 3180 I'm writing this from inside my sleeping bag, as it's now too cold to use electronics (for long) in the open air. Battery depletion is rapid if you don't keep batteries warm- which for me means tonight I'll Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 12, 2018
  • Manaslu Trek Day 4: Pewa- GhapToday was my favourite day by far as yet- though the others seem to have had a hard day mostly. Poor Tahlia came down with a bug, and found walking very hard. We stopped early and often, resulting in her Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 11, 2018
  • Manaslu Trek Day 3: Jagat to PewaNot much new to report. Another long day, lots of ups and downs, villages, and mule trains. At one point, we thought the mule train had passed and I walked back onto the middle of the path (we're told to Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 10, 2018
  • Manaslu Trek Day 1: Soti Khola - Machhu KholaToday started fantastically with a bright blue sky, sun, and banana/apple pancakes. Masala tea too- this sickly sweet tea was already becoming a staple. We set off late-ish around 9am - definitely sad to say goodbye to all the baby Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 8, 2018
  • Journey to Soti KholaThe drive to Soti Khola (the start of he trek) was the part of the trip I'd dreaded... and it didn't disappoint. Luckily, I had managed to convince Trigger to hire a jeep (rather ham use public transport), so the Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 6, 2018
  • A prime example of chaos theoryOur first day in Kathmandu starts with an excellent breakfast at a little cafe so hidden we would not have found it, save for the lovely guy who shared our room (and who we rudely woke up at midnight last Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 6, 2018
  • My temporary life in urban Nepal==Who doesn't love a wedding?!== It seems to be wedding season here in Nepal, and after exchanging fascinating tidbits about wedding customs with my local elder brother, I was delighted to be asked to my very first Nepali wedding; a Hindu Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 10, 2018
  • #momentsfromnepal[center][b] 31 Oct- Dec 12, 2017 Kathmandu and outlying areas, Nepal A brief summary of Nepal thru images . . . Within first fifteen minutes I was witness to funer Posted by theworldorbust in #mfagraduatetheworldorbust | Dec 13, 2017
  • #backonthegrid[center][b] the time for self-reflection was much needed. thank you for the love and support. leaving Nepal recharged. entering the new year inspired. a lot happened during the time away from social media . . . around the world, in your own liv Posted by theworldorbust in #mfagraduatetheworldorbust | Dec 13, 2017
  • The HimalayasIt's difficult to know where to begin describing our 26 day trek in the Himalayas. Neither of us have ever walked two full days in a row or carried 25% of our bodyweight on our backs for days on end Posted by SusieRout in Popped out to lunch.... | Dec 2, 2017
  • Last day On our last day in Khatmandu, we went to the city of Patan in Khatmandu Valley. The city was built in the 3rd century BC and was expanded in the 6th century. In the heart of the city is Posted by adventuregirl88 in Adventures in India | Mar 15, 2017
  • Traveling to NepalOur group of four with Bhanu left for the airport at 7:30. Our flight to Kathmandu was just over 2 hours and was uneventful. When we got to Kathmandu, we had to get our visa and get thru customs. Our Posted by adventuregirl88 in Adventures in India | Mar 12, 2017
  • Day in KathmanduWe met with our local guide, Niraj, and got in a van for our day out. Our first stop was Boudhanath Stupa, which is a stupa for Buddha, although no one knows if there are any relics of his in Posted by adventuregirl88 in Adventures in India | Mar 13, 2017
  • Day two in KathmanduWe got up early this morning to get to the airport for our flight over the Himalayas to see Mount Everest. It was a small plane. Along with the four of us were a group of people from China. Posted by adventuregirl88 in Adventures in India | Mar 14, 2017
  • Stuck in NepalganjOkay I got it back but missed my flight! Mr. B drove me the 3 hours to Nepalganj to catch my flight to Kathmandu in plenty of time - or so we thought! We had to find an ATM that Posted by kelshell in From Menopause to Mongolia | Nov 4, 2017
  • Tiger tracking in Bardia national parkSo last year a good friend told me I needed to find peace. I found peace yesterday while rafting down the Karnali River. On day one after a full day trekking through the jungle I arrived at the campsite for Posted by kelshell in From Menopause to Mongolia | Nov 3, 2017
  • Day 21 - Trying to Get HomeSo, it's official, I am clearly a slow learner... Last morning in Nepal and I thought I'd try some of that milky Nepali tea, the one with very creamy milk, spiced with tea, cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, ginger and 'other things', Posted by threeandahalf in The three and a half week gap-year | Nov 1, 2017
  • Day 20 - Weighing InUp early (5am) - leaving day, so got ready quick, packed, eliminated all the weight I didn't feel was essential and went for breakfast around 6:30. Amber came to join me for a cup of tea around 7am, then Posted by threeandahalf in The three and a half week gap-year | Oct 31, 2017
  • Day 19 - Holiday Time!It's been a super day! I woke up at around 5am, but that didn't matter, I'd fallen asleep just after 10pm, so that was great. I lay reading Amber's second Nancy Drew Mystery, safe in the knowledge that I had Posted by threeandahalf in The three and a half week gap-year | Oct 30, 2017
  • Day 18 Distances and TolerancesThe morning's walk to Nyapul started briskly with Kumar expressing his displeasure down the phone to a taxi driver who would meet and take us to Pokhara. The reason we couldn't travel together was because the taxi firm only Posted by threeandahalf in The three and a half week gap-year | Oct 29, 2017
  • On my own in NepalAs I sit here on the porch at Mr. B's place in Bardia National park in Nepal, I am surrounded by bird song, crickets and a beautiful garden of tropical flowers. The journey to this comfortable place was interesting. Kellie Posted by kelshell in From Menopause to Mongolia | Oct 28, 2017
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