Everest Base camp trek 2016

I went to Nepal in 2007 with the intention of trying the Everest base camp trek. Mainly due to the circumstances of the weather that year the flights to Lukla were rained off. I've been to Nepal several times since, but on each occasion there was some reason or another why the base camp trek remained... Continue Reading →

Kathmandu Streets

"Kathmandu is alive, vibrant, magical a living city. I have never know a more colourfully textured, rich and aromatic place. To give it it's due, Kathmandu is a very busy place. Everybody seems either constantly on the move, or quite conversely - sitting through the heat of the midday sun. It is a peaceful city despite... Continue Reading →

Bhaktapur, Nepal 2012

Bhaktapur is an ancient 'Newari' town to the east corner of the Kathmandu Valley. Famed for its 'Durbar Square' which was the Royal palace of the kings of Nepal; the seat of ancient power. Bhaktapur is much quieter and less polluted than Kathmandu. There is an admission fee for entering the city which I paid... Continue Reading →

Burning the bodies at Pashupatinath Temple

Pashupatinath is one of the most important Shiva Temples in the world. It is located on the banks of the Bagmati River in the eastern part of Kathmandu, Nepal. The temple is said to be the home of Lord Pashupati (Shiva). And here it is traditional to burn the bodies of departed loved ones. When I visited Pashupatinanth there... Continue Reading →

Nepal 2010

The Monkey Temple, Kathmandu The Monkey Temple is an ancient religious complex at the top of a hill in the Kathmandu Valley, west of Kathmandu city. The reason for it being named the Monkey Temple is its permanent monkey inhabitants, who live around the complex begging food from the tourists. The ascent up to the top of the... Continue Reading →

Nepal 2010

             Durbar Square, Kathmandu, Nepal The Kathmandu Durbar Square holds the palaces of the Malla and Shah kings who ruled over the city. Along with these palaces, the square also surrounds quadrangles revealing courtyards and temples. The square is presently known as Hanuman Dhoka, a name derived from the statue... Continue Reading →

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