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Wednesday, April 04, 2007

My Footprints at Himalaya Mountain Range - Part 4

After walking for more than 6 hours, we stayed overnight at Hiunchuli Lodge at New Bridge. It was a simple stone house with few rooms. As it was still the off peak season, we were the only guests in the hostel!!

The lodge's owner is a farming couple. This is the usual case in Himalaya. Most of the villagers earn living from farming. Those people who can afford to build a proper house will rent out the rooms for tourists to earn more extra income during the peak season of tourism.

We had a cozy dream after the exhausting day. I was so excited in the next morning as I saw snow mountain!!! It was the Annapurna South!! Marvellous!

And we had one of the most wonderful breakfast I have ever had before we started off for the more challenging journey!


A simple hut where we had our first dream in Himalaya...


Corn bread, prata, snow mountain... what a fantastic start of the day!


Here is the kitchen. Believe it not? It is also the bedroom for the family of three!


Jhinu- a village along the journey.


Chomrong - One of the biggest villages in Himalaya.


A good viewpoint to see Fish Tail snow mountain during the good weather.


Fire woods were piling up for cooking and heating purpose.


A primary school at Chomrong.


The sense of innocence that hardly be found in the city child.


A far shot of avalanche happened at the snow mountain area. Superb!!

After having a break at Chomrong, we headed to Sinuwa. It was the last farming village before reaching Annapurna snow mountain range. And..... our nightmare started there. Something happened and changed our original plan into another terrific experience that we did not expect for.....

1 Comments:

Anonymous Bryan said...

Hi Kim,
Thanks for sharing. Think you must have really fantastic experience in Nepal.

Bryan

12:11 PM  

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