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sacredmountains. #tbt Nepali rush hour in a nearby village from my hometown of Pokhara.

#tbt Nepali rush hour in a nearby village from my hometown of Pokhara. It's amazing how much these dirt roads have helped locals to get in and out of the village to the city. Schools, market, hospital, administration, etc are much more accessible now than ever to the people there. This "jeep" was full, in fact people were on the rooftop but it totally acceptable.Some people actually prefer the roof top ride for the view, air and is easy to jump off in case of emergency. #nepaliloveyou

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April 25, 2015. An experience never forgotten, a mark a carry in my soul forever. Especially thinking of you today Nepal, my thoughts and blessings as you continue to rise and recover from the earth shattering devastation of 4 years ago. #nepaliloveyou #nepalearthquake2015 #riseup

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Another beautiful capture from our trekking tour in Nepal... it was one of our heaviest holidays ever, but we are happy to see this beautiful mountains and it’s a spectacular feeling to get up on the pass during the Annapurna circuit🤗👌 #nepal #nepaltrekking #nepal🇳🇵 #nepaldiaries #nepalisbeautiful #nepaltourism #amazingnepal #nepali_instagrammers #instanepal #nepalgram #explorenepal #explorenepalofficial #discovernepal #visitnepal #trekkingnepal #nepalshots #nepalpictures #nepaliloveyou #beautifulnepal #amazingnepal

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kirkerona. Just a reminder of how small we are. Few minutes are all it takes to s

Just a reminder of how small we are. Few minutes are all it takes to see a whole country devastated. And yet things are always better than they seem. #nepaliloveyou

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This image is from a few years back when I was travelling through the Manaslu region of Nepal. Manaslu at 8100 meters, is one of the only 8000 meter peaks in Nepal where you can circumnavigate the mountain in it’s entirety. Here we stopped to visit the young monks at one of the many monastic schools in this region. The kids are always curious to know more about foreigners and love to practice their English. Almost everyone we met said “hello, what is your name, where do you come from?”

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