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Nepal then onto India

NEPAL | Saturday, 15 December 2007 | Views [477] | Comments [2]

After arriving back from the Everest Base camp trek i spent a week in Kathmandu sorting out my indian Visa, once this was granted I travelled to Pohkara the base town for Annapurna treks at the base of the annapurna range then with the aid of a 4 hour taxi ride ($50 USD split 4 ways), a few local buses (interesting but uncomfortable), a night in Butwal (not a tourist town)and a 7km rickshaw ride we got to Chitwan where I took a Elephant safari and saw half a dozen Rhiinos and corcs.

Tomorrows its back to dirty old kathmandu before a fly out to Delhi for 2 nights to meet up with a trekking partner from everst then on to Srinagar (Kashmir-India) and onto Gulmarg (bout 50km away) to do some himalayan skiing (check www.skihimalaya.com) on the 20th. which Im excited about

Unfortunatley photos are painfully slow to load so these migh have to wait to Im back in Thailand or Canada

Tags: On the Road

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Looks like you had good weather on your trek to everst base camp.AII The the best for xmas and the new year Phil said if you think kathmandu is dirt wait to you get to Delhi.

Rich

  RICHARD IRELAND Dec 21, 2007 7:05 AM

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Hey Big brother
MERRY XMAS MERRY XMAS MERRY XMAS
hey Matt we are all missing you heaps today and with fingers crossed are hoping that the dreaded Delhi belly has been and gone for you and that you are enjoying the slopes
thinking of you heaps
lots and lots of love Kerry
p.s I have 2 weeks off work so won't get any work email until then
p.p.s the bird farm is cranking along nicely the kiwi dollar is helping a little

  Kerry Dec 25, 2007 9:34 AM

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