Sheyes93's Guestbook



10th December 2014

Finding out
hey. Sheyes, nice write up seems like a nice place to visit. were you able to find accommodation without pre-booking it?
11th December 2014

Yes, easily. As with everywhere in India, and I assume Asia, when you get off the bus there's a hoard of tuk tuk drivers offering to take you somewhere. Just head into the town yourself and find something that suits. You can easily find cheaper over the river too, and you can drink over there and eat meat
11th December 2014

Yes, easily. As with everywhere in India, and I assume Asia, when you get off the bus there's a hoard of tuk tuk drivers offering to take you somewhere. Just head into the town yourself and find something that suits. You can easily find cheaper over the river too, and you can drink over there and eat meat
26th October 2014

do your homework work, before you head up
Glad to know, you survived. As a local guy,and seeing the changes, I couldn't stop but like to add few words. Trekking in the high mountains in not a joke. Its lots of up and down. Make sure to have proper clothing and yes you do need good sleeping bag. Yes hotels do provides some blanket but its not enough specially in a busy seasons. I have seen people attempt to go basecamp and thorung la with running shoes, basic fake jackets that they bought in thamel or lakeside and no gloves and hat. On the budget and $ sides, overall Nepal is getting expensive every three months. This is due to real state bubbles and high labour costs( we had to fucking compete with middle east). Every one is leaving for foreign country for work, those. Who are left ask god damn money and are morans. So if you planning to trek, be prepared. Nepalese people always says yes.(is this jacket, shoes good enough? The answer is yes, with double yes.yes) You only hear noooooooohhhhh in a shops and business area. The latest guide book is outdated by 8 years in current Nepali time. The common phrase in a Nepali homes is,"Rs 1000 will not buy you anything". So be ready to spend more than what is your budget. suman bhattarai kiwi guest house backpackers hostel, pokhara
26th October 2014

do your homework work, before you head up
Glad to know, you survived. As a local guy,and seeing the changes, I couldn't stop but like to add few words. Trekking in the high mountains in not a joke. Its lots of up and down. Make sure to have proper clothing and yes you do need good sleeping bag. Yes hotels do provides some blanket but its not enough specially in a busy seasons. I have seen people attempt to go basecamp and thorung la with running shoes, basic fake jackets that they bought in thamel or lakeside and no gloves and hat. On the budget and $ sides, overall Nepal is getting expensive every three months. This is due to real state bubbles and high labour costs( we had to fucking compete with middle east). Every one is leaving for foreign country for work, those. Who are left ask god damn money and are morans. So if you planning to trek, be prepared. Nepalese people always says yes.(is this jacket, shoes good enough? The answer is yes, with double yes.yes) You only hear noooooooohhhhh in a shops and business area. The latest guide book is outdated by 8 years in current Nepali time. The common phrase in a Nepali homes is,"Rs 1000 will not buy you anything". So be ready to spend more than what is your budget. suman bhattarai kiwi guest house backpackers hostel, pokhara
28th September 2014

Potty mouthing around the world
I have spoken to people who have read your blog feedback its funny but too much swearing
16th September 2014

your making me laugh
Keep enjoying yourself sounds a good crack Sammy keep the commemts comming Dad
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