Just the story of my life

Took this pic as soon as I landed in #Pokhara airport. I can already The #Himalayan #peaks from behind the wire fences at the airport’s parking lot #Nepal

Took this pic as soon as I landed in #Pokhara airport. I can already The #Himalayan #peaks from behind the wire fences at the airport’s parking lot #Nepal

Entering the #Annapurna Conservation Area
Respect the people, and help preserve the environment.

And that’s #Machapuchare peak in the background. We were starting the trek to get us closer ^ ^
#Nepal

Entering the #Annapurna Conservation Area
Respect the people, and help preserve the environment.

And that’s #Machapuchare peak in the background. We were starting the trek to get us closer ^ ^
#Nepal

Me and my guide, Indara. She’s a kind young lady from a family of farmers living in the northernmost part of #Nepal.

For $20/day she went hiking and conquering those hills almost 7days a week like it was nothing. Only to spend half of what she earns as she sends half her salary back home to her parents and 5 sisters.

I hired a female guide since we’re just a couple of women trekking alone. Luckily #3SistersAdventure, a trekking agent based in #Pokhara, provide female guides and porters. And so we met Indara. Her name means rainbow in Nepali language… She’s just about my age, so tiny yet so strong ^ ^ and very kind indeed. Told us many funny stories with her limited English.

For female solo travellers like myself who plans to do some trekking in Nepal. You might consider hiring a female guide just to be safe. Nepali people are very kind and polite in general, but just for precautions. And it’s also nice to have a fellow woman to keep u company ^ ^

My recommendation: 3sistersadventuretrek.com
The Chehtri sisters have been a great help managing my stay in Pokhara.

Me and my guide, Indara. She’s a kind young lady from a family of farmers living in the northernmost part of #Nepal.

For $20/day she went hiking and conquering those hills almost 7days a week like it was nothing. Only to spend half of what she earns as she sends half her salary back home to her parents and 5 sisters.

I hired a female guide since we’re just a couple of women trekking alone. Luckily #3SistersAdventure, a trekking agent based in #Pokhara, provide female guides and porters. And so we met Indara. Her name means rainbow in Nepali language… She’s just about my age, so tiny yet so strong ^ ^ and very kind indeed. Told us many funny stories with her limited English.

For female solo travellers like myself who plans to do some trekking in Nepal. You might consider hiring a female guide just to be safe. Nepali people are very kind and polite in general, but just for precautions. And it’s also nice to have a fellow woman to keep u company ^ ^

My recommendation: 3sistersadventuretrek.com
The Chehtri sisters have been a great help managing my stay in Pokhara.

A glimpse of #Annapurna South from #Tadapani 
I took this just outside our lodge at 9 in the morning. Spent hours sitting beneath these #Tibetan prayer flags just staring at this sight. Thank u Jesus for giving me the chance to see this amazing creation of Yours. God is amazing.
#Nepal #Himalaya #worldplaces #mytravelgram #mountains

A glimpse of #Annapurna South from #Tadapani
I took this just outside our lodge at 9 in the morning. Spent hours sitting beneath these #Tibetan prayer flags just staring at this sight. Thank u Jesus for giving me the chance to see this amazing creation of Yours. God is amazing.
#Nepal #Himalaya #worldplaces #mytravelgram #mountains