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December 17th 2009
Published: December 17th 2009
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One of the countires on our list that was of highest priority and believe me it was worth it. Nepal has to be one of the most beautiful places we have ever been to. I can highly (litterally) recommend it to everyone of all ages. The people are so friendly and will give you anything without question. The scenery is truely breathtaking. We left India and it's heat and dust to climb the Himalaya's, take in the fresh air, meet wonderful people, see the wildlife, and taste the Mo Mo's (steamed dumplings), all which we will try and share with you.

Starting in Pokhara, after flying from Delhi to Kathmandu and then a small plane onto Pokhara. We arrived at this sleepy lakeside town, crammed with restaurants and "nepalese" North Face clothes for all of those trekkers, including ourselves, who didn't bring the proper gear for a trek.
It was here that we stayed for our first few days and met our lovely Norwedian family Egil, Metta, Josephina, and Mille-Sofie, who would later put us up in Singapore. We went for a boat trip on the Lake and spent our meals with them. All before our trek for 4 days in the Himalaya's.


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17th December 2009

Season's greetings
Hi guys, it all looks wonderful. I have always wanted to go to Nepal. You will no doubt be delighted to know that it is absolutely freezing here with lots of snow forecast...season's greetings! Ted, Will, Adelaide and Albert. XXXX
17th December 2009

Happy Christmas
There was a gap in the blogs so I started worrying, as I do, lovely pictures of Nepal and you blog brightens up our dreary day, have a happy Christmas and send us pictures of your Christmas Day, lots of Love Jo Haj

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