As promised more photos. I guess this way when we invite people over at least no one is going to have to spend hours feigning excitment over another picture of a mountain.
The attraction of the ABC is the 360 panarama.
The guy was able to put his whole hand inside this hive, not something I would recomend. No smoke was used .
I don’t know why they thought this would be a good idea.
They got us there and back.
An quick stop and Jacob would bring out his Ds. On this occasion they took photos and played with the art.
We met this canadian family at MBC and the kept with them, on and off through out the trek. For Jacob and Louise it was the highlight of the walk.
These bells were used on mules and bufffalo. It lasted less than 5 minutes on Louise before grumpy dad, removed it.
Some bridges were worse than others. Some we treked up or down to avoid, this one was a border line case.
These mules were like the white vans of Annapurna. Care had to be taken when passing.
Only a few more steps to go.
A reminder of just how dangerous Annapurna is – not the bit we did.
Smile for the camera – it is about all we could do.
We just made it to this guest house before an almighty storm.
Frequent stops with tooth rotting sweets aided our ascent.
I could hardly speak at the end of each day.
Where these beasts wanted to go they went. We had a scary moment when Louise got between a mother and baby.