We started the day with a good breakfast at the Harati hotel. They had a buffet breakfast with bacon and eggs on offer. Devraj collected us from the hotel and dropped us to the Kathmandu domestic terminal. First time in the domestic terminal was interesting. There's not much concept of queuing in Nepal but the skill honed in Irish bars over t he years made getting to the checking counter easy enough. You do have to pay a departure tax before you go to the airline counter. There is a bank counter in the far right corner of the terminal where you pay this fee - a couple of hunder rupees per person.
The flight to Tumlingtar was 40 minutes with broken views of the himalaya and Everest on the way. We soon landed at Tumlingtar airport.
The airport building was a gentle reminder that you are in one of the poorer countries in the world. I suspect the redbrick add-on is a result of the maoist uprising.
Was very warm in Khandbari when we arrived.
3 Cups for Sure
Tulasa looked after us so well.