Posts Tagged: Chisapani

Mini trek with mini people

Following on from the public holiday of Shivaratri I was able to string together a series of further public holidays, days off in lieu and weekend to achieve a blissful 5 days off in a row. So how better to

Mini trek with mini people

Following on from the public holiday of Shivaratri I was able to string together a series of further public holidays, days off in lieu and weekend to achieve a blissful 5 days off in a row. So how better to

Sunrise over the Himalaya

I’m just going to let the photos speak for themselves here. Suffice to say; what a way to start the day       (Oct 2nd)!  

Sunrise over the Himalaya

I’m just going to let the photos speak for themselves here. Suffice to say; what a way to start the day       (Oct 2nd)!  

Dashain mini-trek – 1: Sundarijal to Chispani

For 15 days from late September to early October this year Nepal was gripped by it’s largest and most important festival; Dashain (described in my last post). What this meant for me personally this year was a week long public holiday

Dashain mini-trek – 1: Sundarijal to Chispani

For 15 days from late September to early October this year Nepal was gripped by it’s largest and most important festival; Dashain (described in my last post). What this meant for me personally this year was a week long public holiday

Dashain mini-trek – 2: Chisapani to Nagarkot via Jhule

After witnessing an amazing sunrise and eating a hearty breakfast it was time to set off on day 2 (Oct 2nd). Most other trekkers were heading on up north and onwards into the Langtang range but we turned a sharper

Dashain mini-trek – 2: Chisapani to Nagarkot via Jhule

After witnessing an amazing sunrise and eating a hearty breakfast it was time to set off on day 2 (Oct 2nd). Most other trekkers were heading on up north and onwards into the Langtang range but we turned a sharper