Tadapani – Pokhara

As the clouds in Tadapani moved away another gorgeous view opened. From the village was a good view on Annapurna South and Machapuchtare. The next morning I did the rest of the trek, in a single day (I was counting on 2). First hour one dog that was waiting on the path in a forest followed me, all the way to the next village. She always stopped and waited for me. I still don’t know where she was from, but I am sure she found her way home afterwards. It was nice to have her company though.

The day went really fast and around 4 PM I was back in Birethanti, nearby from where I started the trek. The village lies by a fast mountain river and I decided to stay there still for one night before going back to Pokhara.

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The guest house where I was staying in Tadapani

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As the clouds went away the beautiful view opened on north

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The path continued through the forest. It is fascinating how the nature changes with the altitude and even from valley to valley!

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That’s how the use a volleyball field up there

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A village called Ghandruk. I really like those stone houses (they are seen all around in the mountains)

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First I was planning to go back on a path on the hill across, but then I saw this, so I was like “nope”. Can you see the small path  leading to the village? I would need to go first all the way down to the river, and then up again.

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Terraces up on the hills

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They were making handmade paper here

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The river valley

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And at the bottom

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Some people turn soil on fields with hands, some with animals

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Lovely Birethanti where I spent my last night on mountains

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