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21. Posted by WonderlandT (Budding Member 40 posts) 11y

Quoting cikusang

Thanks, Pradis...but i've channged my mind now to other places...so bon voyage man and don't forget to keep us updated after your arrival there!

Cheers,
Lee

No problem cikusang, I also change my plan to Eastern Europe.

Regards,
Pakdis :)

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23. Posted by Travel100 (Travel Guru 1556 posts) 11y

Quoting vilmalotta

Now planning new adventures... May be things will
be better in Nepal by that.

Hi Vilma,

Sounds like you had a Great trip! Hopefully, things will improve in Nepal, if not, Tibet would be a great destination up there in the same area. have you ever thought about visiting Tibet?

So where do you think the next adventure may be to?

24. Posted by csfreixo (Full Member 83 posts) 11y

Hello Everybody!!
I arrived from KTM and Pokhara by the beggining of march/05. What I found there was:
- The KTM valley was under the army protection, so if you get there by plane (what I strongly recommend) there is no problem (mind the airport touts!);
- Outside KTM valley the maoist dominate some mountain areas. I went to Pokhara by bus (4 hrs.). Take the tourist buses. The maoist have nothing against the tourist. I saw some burned buses but nobody was inside...
- After comming back to KTM, I went to Chinese (tibetan) border by car (and experienced the bungee... fantastic!!). No problems at all!

So, my tips are: Get to KTM by plane!! AND Try to discover WHEN the strikes will comme up!

Nepal is simply fantastic!!!!
For those going to TIBET, try to arrange stuffs with a Tibetan agency - they provide all the service: the nepalese just subcontract their service... I got very upset when I discovered that!

Nice trip!!

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