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Nepal. Gods and Men at the Feet of Himalaya – Episode 1

29 August 2012 Nepal, travel stories 2 comments

Sights of Nepal: a sadhu in Kathmandu

Everest, Sherpa people, the beautiful crazy people that wrestle the eight-thousand-ers, victories and tragedies, mountains dressed in eternal snow and beyond, the mysterious Tibet…What can be more to visit in Nepal ? What the hell can one do there if he is not a climber to go and conquer the eight-thousand-ers? I also thought that Nepal meant only Himalaya before I started reading more about this fascinating nation. And only then have I found out that it is an extremely diverse and interesting country that is really worth visiting also by those who have no abilities to climb the eight-thousand-ers. Therefore I jumped on one plane’s wing and off I went to the mysterious kingdom, to Kathmandu… read more…

Tamil Nadu. The Coloured World of the Tamil Temples

Madurai Temple in India

Elephants in temples and cows on the streets, colourful and faithful barefoot Gods, spicy , but vegetarian food, impeccable roads and something I had never thought I would ever see in India – cleanliness in the streets … Welcome to Tamil Nadu!

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Few Days in Paradise – Bali. Episode 1: Ubud

Bali photos: Goa Gajah

Everytime when somebody asks me which is the place I liked the most, i answer without hesitation – Bali. For me, this seems to be the single place on Earth which mostly resembles Paradise, a green place, filled with flowers, colours, where life’s rhythm isn’t either fast, neither boringly slow, where people live in harmony with the gods, offering them flowers and fruit, receiving, in exchange, rich soil and warm weather.

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