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: 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. Empty land/Farm land starts being in an existence. Lovely natural spout. Lamatar Settlement on the lap of green jungle. Lamatar. School area ensconced on the foothill. Sanskrit Verse written on the seemingly reserve water reserve tank for the area. The latest craze: Cycling. Cyclists came across while we were on the way up. Walk is good. Dusty road , especially when wheelers pass by blowing dusts, is not good. Gross scales pine seeds/pine nuts lying around . Sneak peeking a city. Bird’s eye view of the city from the jungle.Hikers: Black /white Stripe : Mr HB, next Mr BB. Jungle left behind while stepping up. May be– some surrender cycles. So, four wheeler carries another 6 wheels down hill. Yellow berry– ( Aishelu- in Nepali)– seen around. Almost done with one way hiking. End point is appearing. Tea shop (may sell more things) in Lakuri Bhanjyang. Graffiti painted by local school kids. Typical Nepali ladies. Collecting fodder for cattle. Lakuri Bhnajhyang’s abutting hills. Serene Settlement. A boy seen selfie-ing. Picnicking pople. Bhaktapur?? Other side of the hill while doing down hill. Would you like to build a resort. Narcissism time. Auto shot with a Lamatar/Lubhu backdrop. Pine forest. At the end of a whole day’s walk- Mr Hitesh Bhattarai sports his smile.