Don’t know if you’ve noticed but there’s a short Nepal guidebook on our site. You can read it for free here. Nepal’s mountains are one of the most beautiful sights we’ve laid eyes on and even country’s slogan ‘Once is not enough’ will tell you that this is a country to visit. Couple of tips won’t hurt 🙂    

”I’ve been a tourist guide for more than 35 years.” says Mic and smiles at me with confidence. It’s one of our games, pretending we know everything about this city. Inventing stories that might be true but are mostly not. One day we did a small walking tour that was in Lonely Planet, no tourists around (this time around there are almost no tourists in Kathmandu), discovering big temples in someones courtyard, weird sexual scenes on the wood outside the temple or small shrines in the middle of…

We like to treat ourselves with food from time to time. And we really wanted to try the Newari food here in Nepal. Newari are an ethnic group in Nepal who had a strong role in forming the culture. They are stated to have some weird food on their menu like raw meet and bloody sausage. Eeew. We decided to go to Thamel House restaurant where they have a menu for 950/1050 (without VAT) for veg/nonveg menu. We ate: Starters Alu Tareko: fried potato with spices Momo: steamed…