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Tweet What starts and end with muddy feet is a good trek in my definition. The trek to Phraya Nakhon Cave in the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park (in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province close to Hua Hin) was one such trek. We reached the village Bang Pu which was quaint and lovely. We had to [...]


Tweet Dhikur Pokhari is a small lake on the way from Pissang to Manang, on the Annapurna Circuit Trek. Dhikur means pigeon and Pokhahri means a small pond. So the name literally means a pond of pigeons. Dhikur Pokhri, Annapurna Circuit Trek, Nepal While I didn’t see to many pigeons there were two ducks of [...]


Tweet There was a time in February when I thought all my trips were getting cancelled. I have traveled some since then! Rishikesh, Gulmarg, Shillong, Guwahati, Sri Lanka, South Africa and Nepal, I hope I have not missed out on something here. And currently while you read this I am at Te Aroha, Dhanachuli, Uttarakhand. [...]


Tweet Walking in the valleys of Nepal is such a pleasure. This time there were too much rains (just look at the sky in the picture) which hid the views. But even then trekking in Nepal is incredibly beautiful. Look at the picture and imagine what it would have been like if the clouds were [...]


Why, Oh, Why Do We Trek?

by Mridula on June 24, 2013

in Canon D550,Nepal,Photography

Tweet I am back from my attempt to trek through the Annapurna Circuit Trek. Attempt because I had to give up the trek at Ledar (4200 meters). I was perfectly fine and looking to move to the high camp at 4800 but the weather was not. Anyway it is a long story and will be [...]


Tweet Last May I trekked (stumbled is the more accurate word though) up to the Everest Base Camp in Nepal. And it has been the trek of my lifetime. And Nepal captured my heart completely. So it is not that I do not wish to trek in Nepal again. But this year my teaching schedule is [...]