Nepal Close up of the Himilayas

Published on February 23rd, 2014

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Catching up on Nepal: The (almost) Final Chapter

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Goodness – no fewer than what? EIGHT separate posts now on my 3 week adventure in Nepal. At this rate, tales of Borneo and Myanmar could well run into 2015!

Ah but fear not folks – we really and truly ARE nearing the end here – just this one wrap-up of my remaining (many!) pics from the Land of Everest, plus just one more extra special post on “That Time I Pushed a Rickshaw to the Kathmandu Airport” – that I’ve saved for the very last, last, last.

In any case, again – if you care to see my earlier 7 posts on Nepal, I invite you to check them out here:

First Impressions of Nepal

Drizzly Nepal (a.k.a. All Is Not Always Rosy for We Wanderlusts

A Kathmandu Tattoo!

Catching up on Nepal: Bhaktapur

Kathmandu: Sardine-fest with 20,000 Nepal Soccer Fans

Catching up on Nepal: Sleeping With Monks

Catching up on Nepal: Pokhara
 

A Few Parting Pics of Nepal

Finally, finally, FINALLY – a couple dozen remaining stray Kathmandu and Nagarkot images:

(Click on any of the thumbnails to start the slide show…)

PLUS… one  great big ol’ montage of strays that don’t lend themselves to being squished into the silly dimensions of my TL slideshow widget:

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Whew! Th-th-that’s a wrap of my splendid visit to Nepal.

Do stay tuned ‘cuz I still have plenty to catch up on from both Borneo and Myanmar. Not at all sure I’ll get to them before my exodus out of Asia – likely I’ll be pecking and posting them from some g-forsaken mountain top in ECUADOR!


About the Author

Off-the-beaten-path travel is my passion,and I’ve always lived life “like-a-kid-in-a-candy-store” – eager to sample as many flavors as I can. Indeed, my life motto has long been: This ain’t a dress rehearsal, folks!



8 Responses to Catching up on Nepal: The (almost) Final Chapter

  1. Sue Pearson says:

    OMG, I really enjoyed all the photo’s here, fun and colorful, what a picturesque place that is for sure! Loved the chili’s hanging out to dry! And the Monkey’s, cuter that heck! Great pics of people, very interesting! Really like that pic of you, that’s made for framing!!

  2. Graefyl says:

    Like the way you’ve done the photos Dyanne.

    Being in Europe, I just don’t get the blaze of colors that are found in Asia.
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    • Dyanne says:

      Thanks Ted – the jumbo collage is a good bit of digital tweak, but I’ve not otherwise figured out how best to economically display my many lovely VERTICALS. Though I did just recently discover a very kewl online photo composite tool (picmonkey.com) that may help – so do stay tuned… 😉

      • Graefyl says:

        Took a look at picmonkey, good idea and should cover most people. So used to Photoshop that I find other stuff “difficult”. Stylepix is great, but very steep learning curve (slowly getting to grips with it). – takes up less system resources than PS and plus some stuff PS doesn’t.

  3. Mmmmm, pretty colours, pretty scenery!
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  4. Gail Kuger says:

    Excellent – so colorful!
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    • Dyanne says:

      Thanks for the comment, Sis – so glad to see the stupid comment glitch is fixed – yay!

      Oh, and btw – “Taco Soup”, eh? Now that I’m in Ecuador with a FULL KITCHEN – I might be able to make some of your delish recipes!

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