unexpected trekking : australian camp

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unexpected occurrence

Being right at the base of the Himalayas and not being able to see them, due to pollution and dust, was driving me crazy. So naturally, as soon as I was given two days off, I set out to see them.

I decided approximately 10 hours before I was going to leave that I was actually going to leave. I researched different treks that didn’t require TIMS and ACAP permits, bought a map, rented a sleeping bag, and started packing.

I was in a taxi to the bus station at 6:30 the next morning. I paid  “tourist price” for the taxi, which I try my very hardest not to do, but eh, I was just super antsy to get going.

Upon arriving at the Baglung Bus Park, I hopped into a bus going towards Phedi. The way to find the right bus is honestly to walk around asking for your destination.

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