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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Travelling: Nepal Pics are Up

OK, so I've gotten my Nepal pics sorted, culled down and posted up on Flickr, so check them out.


For those who have trouble with Flickr due to slow connections, I'm going to try to post a couple photoblog series here, but in the mean time, here are a couple shots to whet your appetite...

Prayer flag pole with Lhotse and Everest 8000ers Lhotse and a shrouded Mt Everest behind a prayer flag pole at Tengboche Monastery.

Prayer flags over Swayambunath (Monkey) TempleStrings of prayer flags overtop the Buddhist Swayambunath Stupa in Kathmandu.

Sadhus at Pashupatinath Temple Two brightly coloured sadhus posing at the Hindu Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu.

Me on Gokyo Ri Me on top of 5360m Gokyo Ri in front of the 8201m Cho Oyu.

Silhouetted group leaving Dzongla Silhouette of another trekking group leaving Dzongla in front of Ama Dablam.

Me on Island Peak summit Me on top of 6189m Island Peak with giant Lhotse (8516m) towering behind.

1 comment:

Silvana Pagani said...

abine Henry recommends the Guide Sanjib Adhikari I was in the May / June for the first time in Nepal for trekking and had Sanjib Adhikari as a guide, I can really recommend. We have gone along with the Annapurna trail Thorong La pass and trek in the Langtang were. He is very knowledgeable, courteous and always endeavor to ensure that everything goes well, many people familiar with the move, linked with all the contacts and is open to all. With him were the unforgettable hikes and we had a wonderful time. Sanjib speaks good English, can explain a lot and laughs a lot and likes. . He knows many other trekking routes, particularly the whole Everest region and much more
all his offers, and contacts can be found on his website and I can really recommend it: