Roll lazily out of bed and order room service. Complimentary breakfast offered here! I get a tomato omelette, a grilled apple cheese toast and a hash brown.
The hash brown turns out to be a mound of diced and stir-fried potatoes. Uh I may be a big eater but this is beyond me. Plus it's cold... Luckily the grilled cheese toast (sans apple for some reason) is delish.
Since the spa is right next door I don't bother changing out of my PJs. I'm even wearing flip flops despite it being 10 degrees out because of the rain. No regard for propriety but ahh it's not like I have an image to upkeep here haha.
Back at the hotel to put some shoes on - if I walk the 3 kilometres to town in flipflops I'll be returning to SG with no toes.
Speaking of frostbite my fingers have felt slightly numb since midway through the trek. Was expecting sensation to return after leaving the mountains, but it still feels like I'm touching everything through gloves. Can only hope it's nothing permanent haha.
Rainy day today! :( It's the light drizzle kind of weather that lasts the entire day, so my plans... I have none... will revolve around indoor places I guess.
Back here for the third time in two days - this place is what I'll miss most about Pokhara. I try the chocolate danish this time (and of course... how could one resist that croissant?) and it's delicious.
Raj gives me a discount on the bill. Loyalty discount, maybe? Haha. "You can pay me more next time!" jokes Raj. I tell him sadly that I return to Kathmandu tomorrow.
Spending my last night in Pokhara sitting on my hotel bed, eating instant noodles and watching The Simpsons on cable. Occasional blackouts plunge the room into darkness, but the light's back on in a matter of minutes. Only annoying thing is that I have to switch the TV back on when it happens.