Nepal.

Tell me about Nepal. Have any of you ever been? Seems like a kino place to go mountaineering and visiting Hindu/Buddhist monasteries.

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  1. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    They have this really tall mountain people like to climb

  2. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Seems like a kino place to go mountaineering and visiting Hindu/Buddhist monasteries.

    Basically yes but probably less Buddhist as you may think. You really have to go out of your way to find real pockets of Buddhist culture (Mustang, Narphu, Dolpo, etc.)

    All in all a very solid destination and I personally loved the Kathmandu valley

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      tibetan buddhism isn't the only kind of buddhism. the indigenous people of the kathmandu valley are a mix of hindus and buddhists. a lot of the temples you saw in kathmandu were actually buddhist temples. it's difficult to tell because they are built in the same architecture. all nepali buddhist temples don't have to be the usual white dome.

      forgor to quote

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      how much was your trip? What all did you do there?

      How's the cooming in Nepal?

      I would speculate not that great, but I have no idea honestly.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        I did the ABC trek and then 3 and a half days in the Kathmandu Valley. A total of 2 weeks.

        The trek was ok but plenty of people around (it was beginning of Nov) but I'm pretty sure if you have the time there are nicer treks out there.

        The Kathmandu Valley amazing. Big Stendhal syndrome when entering Bhaktapur and I'm a seasoned traveler that has seen a lot of shit. There it's the usual suspects: Bhaktapur, Patan, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Boudnath, Pasupathinath and the Monkey temple.

        It's one pf those countries I would repeat, although trying a new trek. Most likely Upper Mustang or Narphu but the Annapurna Circuit also appeals to me. A lot of people would mention the everest area but I'm not into that, I guess if you are more of an allrounder it'd be fine though.

        Regarding the cooming it's never in my scope of travelling but I met two italians there that got lucky in Pokhara. One cheated on his girlfriend with a nepali chick and the other got the friend. It turned out that the friend was a ladyboy kind of thing (I don't know if they use that term but you got what I mean) so he turned him/her down and had to wait for the friend to finish

  3. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    tibetan buddhism isn't the only kind of buddhism. the indigenous people of the kathmandu valley are a mix of hindus and buddhists. a lot of the temples you saw in kathmandu were actually buddhist temples. it's difficult to tell because they are built in the same architecture. all nepali buddhist temples don't have to be the usual white dome.

  4. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    How's the cooming in Nepal?

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      there's lots of troony prostitutes in thamel for your homosexual ass.

  5. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I went from kathmandu to chitwan. It was a really nice place would return

  6. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Funny you talk about it, just came back from there 3 days ago. The people are really nice, the mountains are gorgeous. Amenities are mostly shit though, and Kathmandu is filled with smog.

    Did the EBC trek and climbed Kala Patthar, too many people on the path but that's to be expected.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      The smog in Kathmandu was due to wildfire in the surrounding area. It rained for about a week and the air is fine now.

      Did you start the EBC trek after the prohibition of solo trekking in April?
      I read somewhere that EBC would still allow solo trekkers even when other treks wouldn't. It this true?

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >after the prohibition of solo trekking in April

        Do I really have to pay some sherpa Black person to lump my 12 pound pack if I want to go walking in Nepal now?....

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Prohibition of solo trekking
        Welp, crossing Nepal off of countries I want to visit

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >The smog in Kathmandu was due to wildfire in the surrounding area
        Good to know, because it ruined the experience around the city a bit. Not that I mind really, since I was there for the mountains.
        I went with a group of then and some guides, haven't seen anyone going solo. Even lonely travelers were with a guide + porter. Didn't ask if it was mandatory or not, my plan was to always go with one.

        how was the coom scene?

        Very weak, I'm mostly attracted to caucasian women and there weren't many god ones. Cutest one was an 8/10 milf.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      how was the coom scene?

  7. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >"The new provision will create employment for workers in the tourism sector of Nepal"
    >the NTB says it will not issue TIMS cards to hikers unaccompanied by a guide, and those who plan to hike individually with a guide (as opposed to joining a larger group) will need to pay double price
    How have I not heard of this? This is outrageous.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      yeah, it's moronic. when interviewed, some higher up said that 40% of hikers were going solo and that the new rule would bring in more revenue from those. low iq c**t didn't think that many of the 40% would just not come to nepal.

      shorter treks like mardi himal, poon hill can still be done solo. other treks like annapurna will make you hire a porter/guide. porters are probably cheaper than guides.

      EBC officials said that they would allow solo trekkers too but trekking EBC is more expensive because you always have to fly to lukla first. i was asking the other anon if EBC was allowing solo treks but turns out he had a porter anyways.

      this rule wasn't made by the government. it was made by officials of some national parks and conservation areas. that's why EBC can still allow solo trekkers. don't even know if they're gonna enforce this rule or if there's a way around it. people don't really follow rules in nepal. maybe it won't last after the shitheads see that less tourists are coming for treks.

      make sure to check if the trek you're going on allows solo trekking or not beforehand.

  8. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Gorgeous country that has nothing to do with India and it's billion of feral pajeets despite being dangerously close to it

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      too many pajeet street vendors in the cities these days. they come from the states bordering south nepal because we have an open border with india. there's many of them in tourist spots looking to make quick and easy money by overcharging you for things like juice, fruits or snacks.

      my advice would be to try not to buy stuff from street vendors especially the ones who look very indian. they have no accountability and will always overcharge you. kathmandu's government has been actively trying to ban street vendors. hope pokhara follows suit.
      just buy stuff from regular stores. there's not much of a price difference and street vendors are much more likely to scam tourists.

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