I love your work… And may the next half million come faster.
Absolutely WOW, Adam!Thanks for sharing your experience.
As I said before, you have to be there to understand the power of this place.
I’m just thinking about the fact going through this procedure more than 60 times in the last few years, and finally.. it’s automated. THANK YOU!
Hey Stewart, WELCOME.
rbriones saidLets come again here after 2015 or 17 to have the feel of “wow” or comfort. Sometimes, we have to stretch, compress or pass the time so that an action happens “on time” that way
Its 2013 already, do we have this feature already? My nose bleeds and eyes hurts skimming through a lengthy comment for the item. I mean this feature will help a great help and expedite response and support for seller, buyer and other viewer digging for answers.
Man, you’re gonna have fun.
I’ve been in Katmandu few years ago (for a whole month), and I still remember it like it was yesterday.. although I can’t remember specific names.. motels/restaurant.
One restaurant I do remember it called “OR2K”, it’s on ‘Thamel’ , the central area. I spent days and hours in there, great food and great people, lots of trekkers coming down and you can get ALL the info you need.
There are so many places/ treks you can do from the Katmandu valley, so many villages to visit. Oh, You must go to ‘Nagrakot’ it’s a small town 15 miles east to Katmandu (you can take a bus), I spent couple of days in one of the guesthouses, it was on the far north-east of town, best location to stay and see the Everest peak on a good day with the right visibility condition). I remember the amazing sunsets and sunrises… WOW.
If you drive to ‘Pokhara’ (130miles west to Katamndu),
The “ABC” (Annapurna Base Camp), is by far one of the best. 7-8 days trek, depends on your speed
You can Google all the above and you’ll see.
Enjoy (I envy you).