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Coffee 12:56 Tue Dec 22
Nepal
The time when you can't travel is a good time to do some travel daydreaming. There are few better detsinations than Nepal, which is surprising as it's such a small country. But it has some of the world's most stunning scenery, along with its highest peak. Here are some photos - well worth taking up a couple of minutes of your day:

https://www.facebook.com/Nepal-photography-1413533272072998/photos/pcb.3242860132473627/3242851299141177

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joe royal 2:02 Wed Dec 23
Re: Nepal
To the North of Katmandu, there's tiny children sniffing glue
Like losers in a Michael Winner script, it's got a BMX certificate

gph 9:48 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
I'm not sure this is wise advice, but "never say nups to Nepalese".

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D83gyZHiYnQ

Thanks for this thread. Reminded me I hadn't listened to that for ages.

MaryMillingtonsGhost 8:11 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
One for the bucket list?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-53675741

B.ferguson1980 8:11 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
Pokhara a great place to visit in Nepal

Far Cough 7:36 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
No way I'm flying into Lukla

Serious Drinking 6:53 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
I spent a few days in Kathmandu about 20 years ago. A very interesting colourful place, if you're in to that sort of thing and it's anything but boring, I saw some mad shit there. It's also one of the poorest places I've been, didn't think it would be as bad as it was. At least in those days the people were desperate, I spent half my time dealing with random people on the make. Dont blame them really, it was definitely a good experience overall.

Northern Sold 6:35 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
Must be a few of us on here that's had a Gurkha shower.. ie can't be arsed having a real shower so just get a can of Lynx and empty it on your armpits??

Job done... OUT

Nurse Ratched 6:26 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
Arf!

I love you, Manuel.

Manuel 6:21 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
It's a shithole.

Far Cough 6:12 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
Coffee, thanks, I knew base camp was fairly high up but not that high

Woodford Green 4:32 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
you just know that Gavros would have been all over this.

ChillTheKeel 4:24 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
You can get to base camp via Lukla but not everyone can acclimatise to the altitude, no matter how fit you are.
I'd love to try it one day, plus Nepalese birds are certified sorts.

Coffee 4:23 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
Keefy 3:17 Tue Dec 22

For that glassy look on the lake, first thing in the morning is often best.

Rhinos have poor eyesight, but compensate with a keen sense of smell. I once got chased by wild elephants in Bardiya. Not something I'd be in a hurry to repeat.

Coffee 4:18 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
FC

Anyone can go there (although you'll need a trekking permit once you're in country). Base Camp is about 10,000' ASL and altitude sickness starts above about 8,000'. You can either trek there to acclimatise yourself or fly - not for the faint-hearted. Search youtube for Lukla approach and landing - enjoy :-)

Far Cough 3:31 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
Love to go there, home of the Gurkhas


Is it possible to visit Everest base camp, or is it only for accredited climbers?

Mike Oxsaw 3:27 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
Nepal? That's just plane crazy.

Keefy 3:17 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
Amazing country.

Particularly loved Pokhara. I spent a few days floating around on the lake (Phewa Tal?) waiting for a mirror of the Annapurna's reflected in the lake. Walked the Annapurna circuit.

Got chased up a tree by a rhino in Chitwan.

Loved Khatmandu with lights out at 9:00 pm so just chat by candle-light.

Love that the Nepalese ignore altitude and rivers when moving between two points on a map.

Hated Everest base camp which didn't reflect the charm of the rest of the country. Also, my fag kept going out.

9/10

Chigwell 2:52 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
If you're looking for good lavatory facilities, you can't beat New Zealand.

Not allowed there at the moment though.

riosleftsock 2:21 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
Shit beaches. No all-inclusive option and rubbish wifi.

Kaiser Zoso 2:19 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
Canaries is going cheap at the moment, Royal

joe royal 2:13 Tue Dec 22
Re: Nepal
Is it cheap?

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