I would had liked to see Bhaktapur before the earthquake hit Nepal in 2015. It’s an ancient city, full of beautiful historical buildings, temples, art and colours. However, my previously mentioned earthquake had a tremendous impact on this magical place and when visited it in summer 2016 the damage could still be clearly seen. I … More Bhaktapur
No this post is not about the Eagles song. It’s about the 10th highest bungee jump in the world. Can you guess where this place is? OK, I will tell you, it’s in Nepal! It is located near the Tibetan border, around three hour drive from Kathmandu. I hope I won’t spoil everything by saying … More The Last Resort
Kathmandu is a hot mess. A beautiful chaotic place full of unexpected things. I loved it some days and other days I just wanted to be out of there. I spent quite a bit of time exploring the city while I was doing some volunteering in Kavresthali near Kathmandu. Everytime I would go back to … More Kathmandu
After spending a few weeks in Kathmandu, arriving to Pokhara was almost a dream. A few people warned me that once I go there, I will never want to come back. They were right. Getting from Kathmandu to Pokhara is one of those nightmare (ish) bus journeys in Nepal, taking several hours, the duration is … More Pokhara, Happy Village and Sarangkot
It’s been so long since I came back from Nepal that the whole journey now almost feels surreal, but a little scar on my wrist will always remind me that the trip really happened. Trekking was not on my to do list before I left for Nepal. I didn’t have too much time and the … More Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek in Himalayas
Right, so it’s been ages since I have written anything… Mostly because the social media has been making me depressed – seeing other people having a great time in the most beautiful places made me wonder why I am not there together with them. The truth is that I have been doing a lot of … More Time to Come Back?
When I am thinking about my time at Kavresthali (beautiful village just outside Kathmandu), the one thing that I always remember is the roof of the house where I stayed. You are probably thinking why it is so important, it is only the regular roof right? During my time there it became the place for … More Fireflies, Rice Planting and Nepali Dances