If I say I had short hike to Lakuri bhanjyang (which is a hill atop Lamatar ), you may ask– how was it? What did you see ? who were your partners in hiking?

All answers are given by some of my amateur shots below:

 

 

Himalayan pen- A blog with pics and scribbles.
Mr Hitesh Bhattarai and Mr BB Siwakoty, my hiking pals, crane their neck towards a camera while in their seat on a bus-seat towards Lamatar.

 

 

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Empty land/Farm land starts being in an existence.

 

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Lovely natural spout.

 

 

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Lamatar Settlement on the lap of green jungle.

 

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Lamatar. School area ensconced on the foothill.

 

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Sanskrit Verse written on the seemingly reserve water reserve tank for the area.

 

 

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The latest craze: Cycling. Cyclists came across while we were on the way up.

 

 

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Walk is good. Dusty road , especially when wheelers pass by blowing dusts, is not good.

 

 

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Gross scales pine seeds/pine nuts lying around .

 

 

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Sneak peeking a city.

 

 

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Bird’s eye view of the city from the jungle.
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Hikers: Black /white Stripe : Mr HB, next Mr BB.

 

 

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Jungle left behind while stepping up.

 

 

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May be– some surrender cycles. So, four wheeler carries another 6 wheels down hill.

 

 

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Yellow berry– ( Aishelu- in Nepali)– seen around.

 

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Almost done with one way hiking. End point is appearing.

 

 

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Tea shop (may sell more things) in Lakuri Bhanjyang.

 

 

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Graffiti painted by local school kids.

 

 

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Typical Nepali ladies. Collecting fodder for cattle.

 

 

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Lakuri Bhnajhyang’s abutting hills.

 

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Serene Settlement.

 

 

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A boy seen selfie-ing.

 

 

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Picnicking pople.

 

 

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Bhaktapur?? Other side of the hill while doing down hill.

 

 

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Would you like to build a resort.

 

 

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Narcissism time. Auto shot with a Lamatar/Lubhu backdrop.

 

 

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Pine forest.

 

 

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At the end of a whole day’s walk- Mr Hitesh Bhattarai sports his smile.

 

 

 

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