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    TapsinWanderlust
    11 Feb 2020
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    Kathmandu Nepal is a place a lot of individuals do not go to often, and i mean people of colour. There are a lot of people who do not know where Nepal is. Nepal is where you go when you want to do Mount Everest , for those that are brave and have had a year or two to prepare themselves for that journey.

    My visit to Nepal was to see my Marine BF at the time who was deployed there so it was exciting to go somewhere where not a lot of individuals venture to. Kathmandu is a very friendly and calm country. Traveling there is so relaxing and care free. Traveling while black there of course no a lot of black people come there so you will get a lot of stares and a lot of people asking to have a picture of you. Other than that they are very friendly and chilled and memorized by black people in their country , i guess based on the fact 90% of their tourists are Europeans who are there to do Everest. They all literally arrive in their hiking gear ready to rumble.

    So bare in mind customs would take a while because of the influx of Europeans coming in to brave the Mountain.

    In Kathmandu I found a very cute and new boutique type hotel, close to the US embassy for the purposes of being close to my person. I thoroughly enjoyed this place, it was calm and very hip , they have farmers market on a Saturday and the bonus they have no TVs in the room so you do not stay in your room like a nerd, but they have strong Wifi.

    I stayed at The Museum Bed and Breakfast in Kathmandu, they have a little cafe downstairs that has awesome pancakes and breakfast options. The Museum B&B has a tour company that they work with that i used to go on day tours around the city.

    Below is the link of the tour guide/company i utilized:
    https://www.backstreetacademy.com/

    I had a great tour guide names Namrata , she took me to the Temples all around Kathmandu and explained to me what they meant, most of them were free. She took me to the market for shopping excursions and help negotiate with the locals.She helped me get a sim card since i was too impatient to get one at the airport. I went to a restaurant place her mother owned and had a traditional Nepalese mean with locals.

    Kathmandu also has this Botanical garden in the middle of the city with high walls, this has a small entrance fee but inside is just a whole different place compared to the busy city that is highly polluted and can see the little devastation from the previous earthquake they had. Its a very isolated place, very British high tea vibes with a restaurant inside and well i found where all the Europeans were hiding.

    The main highlight of visiting Nepal of course is Mount Everest, there are two options, you can take a 1 hour flight or helicopter around the mount to see and/or climb the base of Mount Everest with is a whole 14 days adventure. One day i will do that for now going to nearest cities to see a full view and going on a plane ride sufficed on this journey.

    I would recommend a trip there:)

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