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Here are 14 landscape photos around Singalila National Park for free download
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On the streets of Nepal !
Inside Out with Rahul Yuvi Bhutan or Nepal , Bhutan or Nepal - as we were discussing our next travel plans ,pat came a really convincing & authoritative reply , "Nepal jaiye bhaiya ,bohat khoobsurat hai " (Go to Nepal bro,it's beautiful ) .It was Shiv Prasad , the cook at my Dad's place who happens to be from Nepal only....
Journey to the unspoken Lands
Next day we were stunned by the view from the top of Tumling, it was the Kanchanjungha which took away all the tiredness. our next destination was a place called Kalpokhri and we took nearly the whole day and reach there by the evening, we went through the ridge and we had to enter Nepal a few times during our journey as it is the border area, one can spot a number of SSB camps and Nepalese police camps in this places, we had to take Wai Wai in our lunch, Actually Kalpokhri has a very small lake named after the foot impression of Gautam Budhha, and rumors are there that this lake never freezes even in the extreme conditions, in the evening we saw a spectacular view of clouds that was looking like a sea from the edge of the deep valley, we had yummy chicken momos and met with other fellow trekkers from Delhi who were looking for patiwala pegs, we had a very good time out there Next day we had to reach Sandakphu via Bikhebhanjang....