Archive for the 'Nepal' Category

Visiting Dhulikhel – Himalayan mountain views & culture near Kathmandu

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017
Bhagwati temple and gate Dhulikhel, Nepal

Dhulikhel – Kathmandu’s mountain hideaway spot There’s something about a place that is overshadowed by another but is in fact better that I like. Dhulikhel, just outside the Kathmandu Valley is a perfect example. It’s completely overshadowed by Nagarkot in terms of Himalayan mountain views and … culture. Bizarre, considering Dhulikhel offers so much more.… Continue reading more »

The Best Guidebook to Nepal

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017
Best guidebook to Nepal

The travel guidebook evolution continues in Nepal The  latest edition in my Nepal guidebook collection has been published with the release of the best guide book to Nepal 2017. It’s not just a collection of my individual guidebooks to Nepal but is in fact the most updated and innovative guidebook to the entire country of Nepal based on… Continue reading more »

How to plan your trip to Nepal: tips & tricks

Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

Plan your trip to Nepal in steps The number one tip I can give you plan a trip to Nepal is to use the following page >> how to plan your trip to Nepal <<. In it is everything you need to plan in 5 easy steps. Best of all, it’s free! Meanwhile, let’s condense it all… Continue reading more »

Nepal in a month: visiting with a 30+ day itinerary

Tuesday, January 10th, 2017
Gorepani to Gandruk on the Annapurna Circuit

Is there enough to do in Nepal for a month or more? Long trips to Nepal are the best way to enjoy this great country. However it is not always possible to take that much time off work. I’ve already written a popular one week itinerary for Nepal and a great two week itinerary for Nepal. With 30 days… Continue reading more »

Yaks in the Winter Snow Everest Base Camp

Sunday, January 1st, 2017
Yaks in the Winter Snow Everest Base Camp

Cold Yaks roaming around Everest Yaks in Nepal love the mountains. Anywhere over 4,000 meters and you’ll usually encounter the hairy bovines known as yaks. They can easily survive sub-zero temperatures and they do just fine at Gorak Shep where many trekkers stay when trekking to Everest Base Camp. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The story… Continue reading more »

Stolen gold Bhairab statue in Thimi, Kathmandu – photograph

Monday, December 26th, 2016
Stolen gold Bhairab statue in Thimi, Kathmandu, Nepal

The last photograph of a stolen statue Bhairab or Bhairava is a fierce and frighting Hindu god that is a manifestation of Shiva. Bhairab is also known as a protector (especially of women). In Nepal you will come across many Bhairab statues in small temples and large alike. Due to his stature many of Bhairabs statues are… Continue reading more »

Homeless mother and baby in Nepal – photograph

Thursday, December 22nd, 2016
Homeless mother and baby in Nepal

Homeless mother & child on the streets of Kathmandu It’s very common to see homeless people in Kathmandu city. Just walk down by Tri Devi Marg on the border of Thamel and you’ll see countless street children, beggars and homeless people there. There’s a massive divide between rich and poor in Nepal. The 2015 earthquake… Continue reading more »