Thankfully, seeing as this is a proper adventure and not a shitty guided tour, we're pleased to say that we have no idea. It's completely up to you where you'll sleep. There are though, of course, lots of options.
- In your own tent
Many teams bring tents and camp. Just be aware that it can get a bit chilly in the Himalayas at times though so you might need the thick socks. Probably good to gather some firewood during the day too as trees up there are a bit sparse.
- In another tent
There are many areas on the way in which you'll pass little roadside restaurants that are tented. They're generally run by endearing locals who will greet you with a warm smile. Nearly all of these will let you stay for the night. They'll have a fire inside, tea and warm food on tap, more blankets than anyone will ever need and are cosy and cheap. Enough said.
- In a hotel or guesthouse
Whilst a lot of the route is very remote, there are still plenty of little towns and villages that will have places for you to stay that resemble 'proper' rooms. Annoyingly, some will probably even have WiFi and hot water.
- In your rickshaw
Bottom of the list for many a reason. Small, uncomfortable, cold and very little chance of hot running water, WiFi or room service. Still, you might have to end up doing this anyway, so don't rule it out totally.