My sun burned face is not Japanese, Korean or Chinese, I am a Nepali for everyone from day one. The village people are so fond of me. They always asked my guide if I am Nepali, then I wittingly joke to them that I am and in fact I belong to the Gurung Caste. The […]
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A bowl of muesli and fruits for breakfast served by my Nepali brother, I am freshly showered, energized and ready to leave the village of Tadapani and take on another 6 hours up and down walk across the mountain villages. According to my guide today will be an easy walk downhill, with an additional encouragement […]
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My sleeping bag is now my best friend. It is my cocoon, it is my home away from home, and without it I don’t know how I can even rest. The mountain teahouse were we spent the night is acceptably clean though the weather was freezing cold and showering on rather lukewarm water did not […]
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It has been months since my last hike in Japan and soon I will be fulfilling one of my lifelong dream, that is to trek across one of the world best hiking destination, Nepal. With much enthusiasm and fear, I choose the simplest route out of all the available hiking trip and that will be […]
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Aboard the six hours bus journey from Kathmandu I was excited to reach the town of Pokhara. I read quite a lot of positive feedback about this town, ranging from clean guesthouses (with guaranteed hot shower) and wide range of good restaurants. Apart from that, the main reason why I was really looking forward on […]
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Passing by the maze like street of Thamel, the residential area at the back and the market place, I finally emerged on a wider space of fresh air of Kathmandu’s Durbar Square. With its spectacular architecture showcasing the craftsmanship of Kathmandu Valley artists (Newa people), Durbar Square is a kingdom historically and on its present […]
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