Day Hike in Pokhara: The Unexpected Jewels of Kande

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6 Responses

  1. Aireona says:

    I am hoping that I will be able to make it out to Nepal next year, and this post is so inspiring! I had not heard of this place before, but it definitely looks like it is worth the visit.

  2. Emily says:

    We did this hike on our honeymoon!! Thanks for bringing back great memories with these gorgeous pictures!

  3. I feel deeply sorry for your loss, but at the same time I think you’ve won a lot and gained wisdom. There are more important things in life than jewels, e. g. memories, even though some of those jewels were connected to and help to keep up the memories.

    I enjoyed this read as I also love hiking and the pictures indeed reminded me a lot of our trekking tour through Northern Vietnam, so in this regard you’re right about Nepal looking like Southeast Asia. At least in the lower altitudes, the higher ones I would expect to look differently… Also great to know that the Nepalese people are so kind and nice! Definitely wanna go there one day!

    • Teja says:

      Thank you Dennis. I am fond of travel, because somehow either I grow from it, or it is when my subconscious growth is revealed to me – like that day in Kande.

  4. neha says:

    It’s so interesting to know there’s an ‘Australian camp’ here. The hiking trail looks nice, but a little long. Not sure if I have that much stamina :) The greeneries and fields around must be a treat for the eyes.

    • Teja says:

      Yes, it is quite long, and could have been longer had I wanted it to. But then… it’s much shorter than the 7 days up to Annapurna Base Camp!