WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE : MASTERPIECE

nepal, lonely planet

My family and I will soon discover a place that’s absolutely new to us.

Where heritage and tradition run deep.

Where multi-ethnic cultures seem frozen in time.

A valley where finest MASTERPIECES of religious, and ancient Newari architecture

are considered treasures for the whole world to appreciate. 

We’re hoping to meet people and make new friends along the journey.

Most of all, we’re grateful and excited to experience remarkable moments together!

 

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29 thoughts on “WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE : MASTERPIECE

    1. with tina & gabby? yes, doc! hahaha! kidding!
      either the summit or just on its foot, there might be some days for that in this lifetime, who knows?
      for this trip, we’re hoping to get a glimpse of the himalayas by the end of next week if and when weather permits. 🙂

  1. I’m sure you’ll have a grand time capturing photos and moments! 🙂 I went to Kathmandu last January, and it was an enjoyable place. 🙂

    I didn’t get to go out of Kathmandu, but I’ve heard very good things about Pokhara where one can have a view of the Annapurna range.

    Enjoy the trip with the fam!

  2. I’m sure you’ll have a grand time capturing photos and moments! 🙂 I went to Kathmandu last January, and it was an enjoyable place. 🙂

    I didn’t get to go out of Kathmandu, but I’ve heard very good things about Pokhara where one can have a view of the Annapurna range.

    Enjoy the trip with the fam!

    1. hi clayman79, thanks for sharing a bit of your travel. nice to know someone who also appreciate our choice of destination. having read few things about nepal made me more thrilled to bring my family there! as i write this, we’ve 7 days to go to explore a piece of that country in 5 days. 🙂

  3. No adventures to relate, just happily surprised. I have that book, seriously. Granddaughters learning the language. What an amazing journey you are about follow.

    1. nice to know. our 8-year-old son also was reading the last pages of this travel guide book when, at one point last week, he tried to read and remember some english phrases translated to nepalese.

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