Our final night, we stayed in a local town called Dhampus. Nothing much of a town, nothing special here, and it is definitely a place than can be given a miss… A damp place so to speak
We decided that we would enjoy an outing from Chomrong to the Jhinu Hot Springs and then back again.
We all made it up and out our cottage to see the sunrise from what is known as Annapurna Base Camp.
If you know where you want to go in life, what your goals and aims are, then follow the path, keep going, take a break when need be, but keep at it, slowly slowly does it. Because trust me, when you get there, it is so worth the effort!
Lesson: Always be open to new interactions, who knows, you might just make an awesome new friend or four
his was probably the hardest day of the whole trek for me. A sleepless night with a 4:45 wake up call to head off and up (please note the word UP – doing steps UP first thing in the morning is definitely not my strong point!) to Poon Hill.
The terraced fields of Ulleri, the donkeys walking past carrying all that is needed by us crazy tourists to places higher up the mountains and then seeing the snow-capped mountains of the direction we were heading to. Yip we were heading somewhere into those peaks.