The Living Goddess

When Nepal opened up to the outside world in the 1950s and the first early tourists started coming in, they used to photograph cremations at Pashupati, monks in Boudha and monkeys on Swayambhu and most of them still do that. The other must-see was the Kumari Temple and the living goddess of Kathmandu which soon…

Life in a suitcase

I have been living away from home ever since I can remember. Obviously, I was sent off to a boarding school. Unlike all other girls who used to cry and was not able to adjust in hostel, I loved every bit of it. Sometimes, I felt really low and all I needed was my mother’s…

T for Travel – #AToZChallenge

I have been following travel blogs on social media for a little over three years now, all nice, smart people who blog and does odd job.  I know someone who moved away from city for all reasonable accounts and I know she’s doing great in whatever she’s doing.  She used to talk about it as…

K TOWN – The city of beautiful chaos #AtoZChallenge

I had never thought that I would miss Kathmandu so much. There’s no city that can replace my love for KTM because it’s perfect. What is there to not love about this place; the tight streets with the thin buildings, the shops selling the most beautiful scarves and crafts, trekking gear and teas; the fellow travelers walking…