After breakfast we said our goodbyes to our hosts and to the village elders.
Our hosts insisted we were guests and shouldn't pay. After some negotiation with left them about 2500NR ($30). In hindsight we probably should have paid a little more.
We were again presented with prayer scarves as we left.
We also came across some roadside gambling.
Strongman stopped to place a bet and even won some money.
The road is being funded by the Chinese to open up more trade routes.
It is a pity as the region changes a lot as the road progresses.
We arrived in Num and there was a bit of a debate between our two guides about where we would stay.
Strongman chose this basic teahouse on the main square.
He said it was run by his sister - we later found that terms brother and sister are used very loosely and this was probably just someone from his village.
This was the owner of the teahouse preparing us tea on arrival.
The square in Num was alive with kids playing. I liked the way no tyres and no pedals didn't stop them enjoying their bicycle.
This guy saw my camera and had me running around taking photos of family and friends.
He owned the shop next to the teahouse.
I have promised to send him pictures from the village.
This was my bedroom in the teahouse.