Made it to Ghandruk (2012m/6012ft) after trekking for almost 2 hours and climbing way too many steep hills 😤 I’m still amazed by how I could see mountains everywhere 😱 Actually I saw mountains everyday for the rest of that week 😂 I also noticed that things we take for granted such as hot water, a flush toilet, reception/WiFi, heater/aircon, and even food was scarce in the village. If you wanted to go shopping, you’ll need to go to Pokhara which is a day away by foot! It was humbling to see how the villagers lived this simple life yet they are some of the kindest people I have ever met 😊
Let’s do it for the gram they said . It’ll be fun they said 🤦🏼♀️ Yah girl over here is scared of heights 🙋🏼😂 And this was as good of a pic as it was gonna get ... me holding onto the needle for dear life , @tevai_sophie.t doing the same and @tiani.noovao the 🐒 standing on cliff edges like it ain’t no thang 😬 #favs 💕 📸 : @_braydenk
We’re about to do a nighttime bioluminescence kayak tour. Last time I kayaked on the ocean I got extraordinarily sick from the motion of the ocean! This time, I popped a Dramamine and just got super sleepy instead, ha. Thank goodness the kayaks were two people!