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Jyatha-Kantipath, Kathmandu, Nepal
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Travel partner Annapurna trek May

by yvetteke

I'm a Dutch traveler (28) heading to Kathmandu around the 28th of April. I want to start the Annapurna trek in the first week of May and hoping to find pleasant companionship. I'm in good shape but have never done such a big trek.
I'd like to take it slow -not that I'm a slow walker - but enjoy the beautiful scenery and great people. It's not a expedition but all about having a great time and going with the flow, see what comes on your path and not having a fixed schedule.
Therefor a tracking group doesn't seem to be my style. Any advice on what the best way is to get in contact with fellow hikers in Kathmandu? Can I still expect enough people on the trek in May? Any other tips I ought to be aware of for tracking around this time of the year?

Question on the side.. I have very comfertable hiking shoes but they are not water proof. Any experience or recommendations?

I'm getting very excited as everybody is raving about Nepal.
Wish you all good travels.
Yvette

Re: Travel partner Annapurna trek May

by into-thin-air

Hi Yvette
As you are probably aware the end of April / Beginning of May is the tail end of the Spring Trekking Season, But having said that there should still be a fair amount of trekkers around.
To find Trek-Mates my best advice would be to head fro the Garden Restaurant at Pilgrims Guesthouse in North Thamel and take lunch or dinner or just pop in in the evening for a beer, (I wouldn’t choose to stay here however as I think the rooms are a bit overpriced for what they are) – I have often found like minded people there.
With your walking shoes, Ideally you should get a pair of waterproof lightweight boots (Gortex type) and a pair of gaiters as there is a high probability of you getting at least some rain in the afternoons given the time of year that you are trekking in.
For more details on what I have suggested browse the tip sections of my Nepal Page.

I hope that helps a little but If you need more info then feel free to drop me another line
Good Luck and Happy Travels
Rob

Travel Tips for Kathmandu

Strolling - Meet a Interesting Individuals

by SLLiew

I am not sure if they are yogic gurus, religious holy men or hermits coming to town. You see them with their own unique wardrobe, face or body painting and amazing hairdo. Wonder what they are thinking or contemplating. Took a picture from a distance on one of these "interesting individuals".

Respect the cutlure

by schlumpf

Once you are visiting the Bodhanath, or other buddist temple, keep in mid to follow and respect their culture.
First of all, remember to take your shoes off, and follow the right way to visit the Gompa (there are a lot of signals that reminds to the “tourist without memories” which is the right way to walk trough to Gompa)...

Singing bowls

by Roggeveen about several places

Another nice souvenir to bring from Kathmandu is a singing bowl. The official use is for meditation. If you rub a wooden stick around the edge the bowl produces a singing sound.
You can get them in different sizes and qualities.

how to reach the GH from the airport

by schlumpf

The easiest and definitely cheaper way to reach Kathmandu from the airport is this:
Onc e you will get out fro mthe airpot, you will find a lot of people. All of them are working is some Guesthouses of Thamel area, so, simply decide where you want to overnight and then detect where the person of that GH is located.
So, the transportation would be free of charge. (do not worry, the GH won’t load the price of the transportation on the room rate!)

Healthy Vegetarian Option

by IreneMcKay about Pilgrim's Bookstore Restaurant

I had a lovely meal here, but my carnivore husband was not so happy as he had not reaiized it was vegetarian. This threw him greatly on the ordering front. Anyway the decor is interesting and the restaurant is quiet and peaceful with good service. We had momos, cheese balls and Tibetan soup.

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