Aidan woke up this morning, nearly recovered. He’s arguing and challenging most everything I say. Yep, he’s feeling better. He had youth on his side… and your prayers. Thank you to everyone.
This morning, I realized how fortunate it was that he got sick here. Despite not being the nicest guest house, it did have an in-room bathroom. Not sure how well we would have managed yesterday with a bucket.
Looks like we’ll be ready to leave Pokhara in a few hours after Aidan gets a meal in him. Again, our WiFi connectivity will be questionable for the next few days.
I’ve attached a few photos from yesterday.
We flew Buddha Air to Pokhara.
A section of Kathmandu from the air
One of many rivers flowing down from the Himalayas
Rice paddies in Pokhara, full of water
Phewa Lake in Pokhara
Our Buddha Air flight, just landed in Pokhara
Silver Oak Inn in Pokhara
Room at Silver Oaks Inn. We’d end up spending a lot of time here.
Buddhist monastery in Pokhara
Pray wheels at monastery
Buddhists write down their prayers on a piece of paper and put them inside the wheels. They then turn the wheels. The bigger the request, the more they spin – sometimes for hours.
Devi’s Falls in Pokhara
Strange cave to HIndu god. This is where Aidan started to get sick.
Aidan, sick and vomiting.