Nepal. A Blog.

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Nagarkot, nepal.
Somewhere behind these fucking clouds is the entire himalayan mtn range.
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Last three days off as the knee was playing up again - back into the swing tomorrow hopefully.

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Love the shot 1st one 2 posts above, excellent.
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Cowshed Cowboy wrote: Tue Nov 05, 2019 12:25 am Love the shot 1st one 2 posts above, excellent.
Thanks, CC. One of my favorites from this trip also.
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Kung-fu Hillbilly wrote: Fri Nov 01, 2019 4:37 pm

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Fantastic, mate. :thumb:
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Can you get a reasonable standard guesthouse room in Kathmandhu for $20-$30 a night or cheaper on a monthly deal ? What are restaurant and bar prices like compared to the likes of PP or Thailand, as well as the standard of what's on offer ? You're photos have piqued my interest in a place I've never previously thought of visiting KFH. Need to travel a bit more again in the New Year, Penang is definately on the cards for a few weeks and Nepal may be a possibility. Cheers
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It's all been said before but I'll echo... amazing pics KFH! You've got great photography skills imo :thumb:
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