Namaste Nepal 🇳🇵- Part 1
It's my first trip since COVID, and after considering a number of locations that provide a variety of landscape and portrait photography opportunities, I decided on Nepal because it's one of the most gorgeous places on earth
" I've always wanted to live a simple happy life while travelling the world, but being born in a third-world country makes this a difficult task. We are unable to travel as freely as those who hold strong passports such as those from the United States, the United Kingdom, or Europe; there is so much to show when we travel, and we must present proof to ensure that we will return to our home country once we have completed our journey.
They never stated, that they looted us ages ago and seized practically all of our resources, including the lives of our true patriots who had made the ultimate sacrifice. However, now there's no point in blaming anyone because the current political system has taken everything, even our future. So that's all there is to say about the country I was born in, which you refer to as Sri Lanka 🇱🇰."
Nepal is a landlocked country in South Asia which is mostly in the Himalayas, but it also contains parts of the Indo-Gangetic Plain, bordering Tibet in China to the north and India to the south, east, and west, with the Siliguri Corridor separating it from Bangladesh and Bhutan, and the Indian state of Sikkim separating it from Bhutan.
Music, architecture, religion, and literature all have a strong influence on Nepalese culture. A large number of temples, churches, monasteries, and other religious buildings, the hurly-burly in the streets, and the number of people and animals socializing on every corner of the narrow cobblestone roads may leave you speechless on your first visit to Nepal.
So my journey to Nepal had nothing to do with hiking; one, I wasn't equipped, and second, my goal was to emphasize Nepal's beauty and culture. So, in this blog, I'll share my experiences with you, which will primarily benefit travellers who are mostly backpackers.
As I mentioned Nepal is a breathtakingly lovely destination to visit, nestled high in the Himalayas and full of spectacular landscapes and fascinating alpine scenery. Aside from having some of the world's highest peaks, it is noted for its rich cultural legacy, with a dizzying assortment of shrines, temples, and monasteries strewn across its wide valleys and rolling foothills. I've been there for ten days and it's clearly not enough, so this blog is for you to make your travel itinerary and I hope this will help you to get the best out of Nepal.
To Be continued...