Day 1: Besi Sahar (800 m) – Ngadi (900 m)

On the first day still full of energy
On the first day still full of energy
Crossing the first suspension bridge. We would come to cross plenty of these - even Christians initial "suspension bridge"-fear was eventually cured.
Crossing the first suspension bridge. We would come to cross plenty of these – even Christians initial “suspension bridge”-fear was eventually cured.
Small village of Khudi (790m) on the to Bhulbhule (840m)
Small village of Khudi (790m) on the to Bhulbhule (840m)
Laundry in Khudi.
Laundry in Khudi.

Christian. Fresh and strong.
Christian. Fresh and strong.
Beautiful waterfall on the way from Bhulbhule - Ngadi surrounded by jungle plant.
Beautiful waterfall on the way from Bhulbhule – Ngadi surrounded by jungle plant.

Waterfall Bhulbhule - Ngadi 2

Waterfall Bhulbhule - Ngadi 3

Panorama with the full view - Mees standing by a swing
Panorama with the full view – Mees standing by a swing
Carrying the firewood, Bhulbhule - Ngadi. A Nepali classic.
Carrying the firewood, Bhulbhule – Ngadi. A Nepali classic.
Arriving at todays destination. Our accomodation was with a very nice family and we stayed here for free (we payed for the food of course).
Arriving at todays destination. Our accomodation was with a very nice family and we stayed here for free (we payed for the food of course).
Manaslu (8200 m) was in the background now and then the first 3 days of our trek - here from Ngadi. It is actually the highest peak we saw (the Annapurna 1 being "just" 8091m). By the way, there are just 14 mountains above 8000 in this planet.
Manaslu (8200 m) was in the background now and then the first 3 days of our trek – here from Ngadi. It is actually the highest peak we saw (the Annapurna 1 being “just” 8091m). By the way, there are just 14 mountains above 8000 in this planet.

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