Saturday Night Fever? Nah! I dunno but was sooo tired last night that i decided for Momos at Hungry Feel – where i have breakfast every day. 50 Npr for Veg Momos and 60 for Potato Cheese – and the taste is delicius. So for 1.20 € you get 20 Momos worth to wait a bit longer for. Together with 2 beers and a open fire inside the restaurant to cover for the waiting time – great!
On the way back to the hotel i got a bottle of McDowell’s No. 1 Reserve Whisky. Back to the room for a quite night with a movie. Before i reach the hotel there is a cow shack and there was movement. Just in time to witness how a cow gives birth. A long time ago in a cold December night a young woman gave birth to a boy – errrr but that was at the 24th of December not at the 11th – well what do little cows know about timing anycow? At last some x-mas spirit over here 🙂 Born in a cold December night – sliding into a world full of shit and piss the little one took 3 approaches before she finally made it. Steaming from the heat of her mothers belly she was quick licked dry.
To quote a old sayin from Nepal: “Having a daughter is like watering the garden of the neighbour”. Quite different with a cow! The owner was quite happy to discover it was a female cow as they are more expensive.
Well – that went all good and was an interesting hour that saturday night. Had a sip from the bottle to celebrate the new contributor of the global warming and went to the room. Did choose “Late Night Shopping” for this evening and celebrated a bit more. Had it for so many trips on the MacBook and never gave it a go. I really did like the movie – even with the German girl in it. But why did they choose her??? IMDb plot summary: “Four young friends have tedious nightjobs and meet every night after work in a cafe. Sean hasn’t met his girlfriend in three weeks, Vincent flirts with everybody, Lenny is too afraid to ask a girl at work on a date and Jody can’t admit that she shows up at the cafe every night, although she was fired some time ago.” If you looking for easy entertainment – even it is now almost 10 years old – go for it!
Well – i get nothing done over here! 1st i did run into Sato and Craig that i did meet last August in Risikesh, than the 2 French guy from the trek, than Max, Chris and Eli from the treck, than Emilia from Argentina – did meet her at the Langtang treck. Yesterday David did arrive at the hotel. Last time we saw the total eclipse in China together. Than i did see the Dutch girl form the last trek. So ppl come to my balcony for tea, coffee or whiskey and a chat, we go for breakfast, dinner or a walk. Which is great but time does zooooom – lets see when i make it down to Kathmandiu.
Looks like i have to go there 1st – sort out the Indian visa. Than towards the east to the National Park – see some big animals if possible and than to Buddha’s birthplace. From there over the border and towards Varanasi.
Ride shitty bus Walk up mountain – step on rock – rock turns – boots wet – next hotel. Try to dry boot – takes ages – continue to walk next day – blister. Keep walking and walking and walking – meet cool ppl. Walk with 2 Americans, 2 Brits, 3 Americans, 2 French, 2 Brits (well one Brit and his Dutch GF) – 5 groups of cool ppl. Have a lot of fun with them – do run into one nyc girl in a bigger group from time to time – have fun talking. Staied in 2 guest houses alone – great! Shared different guest houses with different groups of the above ppl – great! Walk walk walk look look look birds, mountains, rocks, snow, yak, cow, ppl, gh’s, sky, snow, rock, birds, lake, waterfall look walk lock sweat walk talk drink laugh walk. Walk up to one of the highest lakes of the world, start 6 with moonlight – fucking cold. Other than that start only when sun is out – anyway the fastest on the trek – at last nobody passes me – me passes everybody – even with 20 kg bag – why is bag so heavy?? cross river loose boot break toe walk flip flop have great night with almost all of the above next day search boot no luck end of trip. had in mind to take the bus from there anyway so no big deal. 14 hours to get back to Pokhara. 2 nights to get back to old place. 2 days to answer all email. try to get some pix up asap. all in all – great trip – thanks to all the girls and guys that made it extra special!! now time to meet friends for dinner!