Travelers are dreamers who make their desire for adventure a reality

My trip to Nepal marks my fifth solo adventure and God willing, I will have more adventures to count.

I had several adventures traveling but it is by far the greatest one of all. Planned in a very short period of time but the experience far exceeded my expectations.


A humble gesture that anybody will appreciate profoundly.

Despite the devastating earthquake that struck the country in 2015, Nepal still remains a fascinating destination for tourists as it offers diverse historical landmarks, ancient buildings, holy shrines, beautiful lakes and mountains, and most of all people who are resilient and always keep a smile on their faces amidst life’s challenges.

Dharmadhatu Mandala

“Travel makes you realize that no matter how much you know, there’s always more to learn”

From getting the bird’s-eye view of Kathmandu valley as the plane began its descent, visiting museums, touring stupas, temples, pagoda and monasteries like being transported to another era, capturing a moment with young monks, travelling 6-7 hours from one city to another, crossing the lake on a boat, exploring natural wonders such as cave and falls, going on a short trek to an ethnic village with magnificent mountain views to living in a 300-year old Newari House and meeting a lot of thoughtful and charming people in Nepal - it was such an exciting experience.

I felt moments of awe while in Nepal, a beautiful country rich in culture and history.

Places of Interest

KATHMANDU: *Hanumandhoka Durbar Square *The Great Boudha Stupa *Swayambhunath Stupa *Pashupatinath Temple *Garden of Dreams (please see separate blogs on Kathmandu Valley & Garden of Dreams)

PATAN: *Mahabudhha Temple *Hiranya Varna Mahavihar (Golden Temple) *Patan Museum *Rudravarna Mahavihar

POKHARA: *Phewa Lake *Tal Barahi Temple * International Mountain Museum *Northface Viewpoint * Patale Chhango (Devi’s Fall) *Seti River Gorge *Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave *Pokhara Shanti Stupa