Kathmandu

At two minutes to One local time the plane touched down in a rainy Kathmandu.
It’s now a few hours later and I have checked into the Kathmandu Guest House where nothing has changed since my last visit more then five years ago. Same people still doing the same jobs.
When I ventured out in Thamel it became rapidly clear that although it’s the high season tourist numbers are still, well down. It isn’t quiet but it isn’t the full mind blowing three ring circus that it used to be either.
I will start to check out what the possibilities for rafting are and how they fit in with my other plans and make a decision on what I am going to do next sometime tomorrow.
In the mean time watch this space for further announcements and some photos.

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