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... of in Nepal's capital, it's like a hip Starbucks. Since we had both fallen ill, with the cold, by the end of the day we decided to have room service for dinner. Luxury travelling or what?! We saved Boudhanath Stupa for our last day, it is rated as the number 1 attraction in Kathmandu. Not quite worthy of the top spot in our opinion, but well worthy of a visit. It is the largest Stupa in Nepal and Buddhists come from far and wide to pray ...
... where our headlamps were guiding and i was literally talking to my bike "Please don't give me any trouble whatsoever NOW". Overall, we took 3 days to reach Pokhara from Delhi and on the 3rd day night we were in Pokhara. The last stretch of ride near pokhara was completely back braking and we had to give at least couple of days rest to our back and we did that :-)
- Ride around Kathmandu: I would ...
... surrounding the city Center, Dunbar Square..many of the building are in great shape. Peacocks and elephants can be seen quite sharply carved into the wood. Some of the larger temples have been carved from one tree which must have been huge during their life. There were not as many tourists here as it is about a 45 minute from central Katmandhu. We were pleasantly surprised. Tourist guides , although very pleasant follow you around trying to get themselves hired. It can ...
... Randomly interspersed through the city were orate carvings on doors, pillars, or just randomly set into walls. And everywhere we went, everybody seemed to know Shyam.
After quite a walk, we went to a Newari museum, which was its own amazing experience! Hung on the walls of the path leading up to the building were various pots and farming implements. At the end of the path was a small building with a sloped tin roof. Inside were some more traditional artifacts, like items used ...
Day 3 of my trek started out cold and sunny with two inches of snow on the ground and snow blowing off peaks glimmering in the sunshine. From Ghora Taveola onwards the valley opened up to the U-shape typical of places that have been glaciated – wide relatively flat valley floors with vertical cliff sides. The hike still had its steep parts, but the blue skies and snow on the trees made it magical. I started out a little before Jo again, but it didn't take ...
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