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  • Bus to PokharaMy first (of three) tea/meal stop just outside of Kathmandu on the 7h bus ride to Pokhara. I woke around 0415, an hour before my alarm. I lay in bed until the alarm, then packed Posted by alexchan in 2015/16 Parahawking in Nepal | Jan 4, 2016
  • What I've come for specifically - ParahawkingWatching paragliders take off as we ready ourselves. I woke at 0600 when it was still cold and dark. Today is the day I receive my Christmas present from Kim to do parahawking. Posted by alexchan in 2015/16 Parahawking in Nepal | Jan 5, 2016
  • Shopping and a climbI don't understand the attraction of watching the lifestory of Buddha performed by robots! I had allocated the morning for shopping and the afternoon for climbing up to the World P Posted by alexchan in 2015/16 Parahawking in Nepal | Jan 6, 2016
  • A day of disappointmentsAnnapurna range hiding somewhere behind the haze and clouds as seen from Sarangkot. My days in Pokhara [Pokhara-travel-guide-1138426] had been hazy so far. For that reason, I opt Posted by alexchan in 2015/16 Parahawking in Nepal | Jan 7, 2016
  • To Kathmandu and flying off Quite unusually, I didn’t get a good night sleep. For a start, being Friday night, the clubs were pounding out music and even though it wasn’t loud, it was enough to disturb me. Then it was a little milder tonight. Posted by alexchan in 2015/16 Parahawking in Nepal | Jan 8, 2016
  • Bhaktapur & SwayambhunathGate to Bhaktapur's Palace. We woke at 0630 and were slow to get ourselves ready. After yesterday’s slow service at breakfast in the hotel, we decided to eat out. We found a gard Posted by alexchan in 2015 Tanzania with Asian deja vu | Jul 27, 2015
  • Cremation pyres and a big stupa[http://images.travbuddy.com/5550_1438182972496.jpg]Stalls along the walkway to Pasupatinath . We set the alarm for 0615 and got going early for Pashupatinath, which we reached by taxi. We got dropped off before the stalls of trinkets and flowers which we Posted by alexchan in 2015 Tanzania with Asian deja vu | Jul 28, 2015
  • Patan aka LalitpurLalitpur's Durbar Square is in relatively good condition after the quake. Having experienced a taste of the monsoon yesterday afternoon, we decided to repeat our early start in ca Posted by alexchan in 2015 Tanzania with Asian deja vu | Jul 29, 2015
  • Kathmandu's Durbar Square after the quakeKathmandu's Durbar Square has many damaged buidings. After five nights in Kathmandu [Kathmandu-travel-guide-1138212], we still hadn’t walked around Durbar Square yet. The weather Posted by alexchan in 2015 Tanzania with Asian deja vu | Jul 30, 2015
  • DakshinkaliFlowers garlands for sale for use as an offering. After breakfast, we walked out of the old city to a taxi stand in order to have better competition and bargaining power for our Posted by alexchan in 2015 Tanzania with Asian deja vu | Jul 31, 2015
  • Pre-poned travel We woke early to pack and tidy up the apartment before heading to see Mum at 0915 to discuss some family matters before my brother took us to the airport at 0945. AirAsia’s bagdrop was quick and painless today and we Posted by alexchan in 2015 Tanzania with Asian deja vu | Jul 25, 2015
  • Assessing the damage by daylightFirst glimpse of Kathmandu after 21 years by daylight. No visible sign of earthquake damage. Breakfast in the hotel ground-floor courtyard was painfully slow. We walked to Thamel Posted by alexchan in 2015 Tanzania with Asian deja vu | Jul 26, 2015
  • Pokhara[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/871419/large_DSC0 Posted by UliS in Central Asia to Japan 2014 | May 8, 2018
  • Kathmandu[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/871419/large_DSC0 Posted by UliS in Central Asia to Japan 2014 | May 8, 2018
  • IndiAnna Jons...Our quest continued...we had found the ark, but it’s contents were lost, scattered across the Chitwan National Park. We holed ourselves up in a safari lodge, got up to our necks in Elephant grass and paddled a crocodile infested river Posted by Chortle in Chortle Portal | May 4, 2018
  • Bhaktapur After a relatively uneventful journey back to Kathmandu, and day spent shopping and walking around Kathmandu, we set off for our last destination: Bhaktapur. Trigger had made the error of putting in his washing the day we wanted to leave, Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | May 4, 2018
  • Flying the Himalayas How about flying over Everest without leaving your sofa? Here you go then....up, up and away! Top of the world to ya, ah diddly diddly ? Posted by Chortle in Chortle Portal | May 3, 2018
  • Mystery Guest ChortlerMany thanks to Phillip McFadyen for this most amusing guest entry. We joined Phillip and Mair on their (and our) holiday of a lifetime in Nepal and Tibet.... NEPAL [b]Maundy Thursday 29th M Posted by Chortle in Chortle Portal | May 2, 2018
  • (Not) CanyoningThis morning I woke up feeling awful. Nausea envelopes me as I lay in bed. It was 3 am, and we had to get up at 5, but there was no way I could sleep. As soon as we did Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 25, 2018
  • PokharaPhokara My first morning in Phokara started with me hobbling slowly down the main street to breakfast. I made it, but it was slow work and 700m felt like an age. I was very frustrated at having been reduced to this Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 24, 2018
  • Journey to PokharaOur one day in Kathmandu was relatively hectic, with trying to get things organised for the next leg of our journey. We finally got our bags (+clean clothes!!), enjoyed a hot shower, and- in the final chapter of our hike Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 22, 2018
  • Return journey to Kathamandu (View from our accommodation) Woke up at 4am sweating (as it's tropical now), and thus opened the window to let in a bit of air. At 5am Sarah and I woke with a start Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 20, 2018
  • Manaslu Trek Day 11: Bimtang - GoaAltitude descended to: 2515m Our second- last day of walking, and it was only to be 4 hrs. Sarah had finally succumb to some bug the night before, vomiting and feeling really crook. However, she was back on her feet again Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 18, 2018
  • Manaslu Trek Day 12: Goa- BesishaharWell, this was it. One more hr of walking and we would be finished... that knowledge spurred everyone on, and we were all in good spirits (seldom seen over the last two weeks) as we set off that morning. We Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 19, 2018
  • Manaslu Trek Day 10: Dharamsala - Larkya La Pass - BimtangAltitude reached: 5106m Altitude descended to: 3700m What a day. Today was amazing- beautiful, challenging, rewarding, and downright tough. It started at 3am when my alarm (didn't) go off; I packed at whorp speed, only to pull open the tent flaps an Posted by Aspic in Nepal 2018 | Apr 17, 2018
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