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Relaxing in Pokhara and trekking the Annapurna Circuit part 1: my new job as tourist, guide and porter!

March 26th 2014
As the taxi driver drove slowly passed the tourist bus station looking for my one to Pokhara it soon became apparent that this was less of a 'station' and more a street lined with bumper to bumper buses - I stopped counting at 25! The main differences with a 'tourist bus' seem to be that a) you get a seat, although as I and a few others discovered not necessarily the one you were e ... read more
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27th March 2014

Fab photos and adventures!
So glad to see you're out traveling again. I followed you in 2010 in South America when I began traveling down here. I love it that you're doing the circuit alone, and that you stayed in that last village to appreciate the scenery and rest--something one can't do on a tour. Happy trekking!

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