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No Money, No Petro, No Phone - No Problem when you have Nepali family with hearts as big the mountains that surround you!

I arrived in Tatopani with my injuries from the waterfall plunge as a great reason to spend a day recovering. The 3 guys I had traveled with from Kathmandu got up and after buying me breakfast to say goodbye they headed towards Pokhara via bus.   1,697 more words

Seemehike

Annapurna Circuit Trek Stage 3

Stage 3 – Muktinath to Birethanti

Distance – 53 Miles
Total Descent – 2720 Metres
Duration –  5 Days

This part of the trek felt a little different – the biggest challenge was behind us and lots of our fellow trekkers were either stopping and resting or finishing the trek and travelling onwards by alternative means (by jeep, plane, bus or mountain bike).  1,578 more words

Travel

Mardi 10 Décembre 2013, Ghasa-Tatopani

2000m-1190m

08h00-12h30

Superbe nuit, il fait à nouveau des températures acceptables, les habits sèchent en une nuit, parfait.

Que de la descente, sur route de terre ou de cailloux, de plus en plus de cars et de jeeps, on sent le retour à la civilisation. 245 more words

Annapurna

walking in mountains by khaleunger

a local man walks down a road in the Tatopani region of Nepal.

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Come again another day: Annapurna Day 17-18

Many days Rose and I were a clothes rack. We each had about three different wardrobe changes in all, one of which (and usually parts of another) would be drying on our backs during the day. 1,584 more words

Annapurna Circuit

Hot water: Annapurna Day 16

I watched this happen with the same anxiety that I imagine a nervous parent might watch his child bike for the first time.
My primary thought with gritted teeth was: 1,065 more words

Annapurna Circuit

A Short Walk Around The Annapurna - Part X - Tato Pani to Ghorepani - Chickens That Ride Ponies and a Funeral Procession

DAY 17 

There’s a heavy, oppressive grey sky weighing on Tatopani this morning and I want only to leave the place; to escape the confining walls of this narrow valley and be high again. 1,020 more words

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