8 thoughts on “PHOTO: River Valley on the Route to Besisahar, Nepal”

  1. Barbara , Yea , I too like these photos . Tell more about the violence and riots. Is it also against the New York bankers ?
     Hang in there , Patrick  / Cuenca, Ecuador

  2. Great photo! I look forward to seeing more of them. I don’t think of clear blue rivers in Nepal, but I guess it makes sense.

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    • Hi Andi: No swimming in this one. That lovely turquoise water means it’s glacially-fed – and thus freezing – water!

  3. Hi Steve: 🙂 You’ll be seeing photos of Nepal through August 15th – my posts and pictures of the places I visit always run about 6-8 weeks behind where I actually am. I’m in Pokhara, but safe with a local family. It is getting a bit violent but I’m staying away from the demonstrations, especially since they are attacking the media people now. I love this country with all my heart; these are difficult times but I hope once the constitution is drafted and adopted, things will settle down.


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