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Fourth day in Nepal

Bhaktapur, meaning the city of devotees, was founded by King Ananda Dev in 1197 AD.

The Durbar Square was the seat of the Malla Kings and the present structures were erected from the 12th to the 18th century AD.

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First day in Nepal

I finally made it. This trip seemed, for a long while, like wasn’t going to happen. Originally planned for trekking some 5 years ago, all the stars aligned to keep me away from Nepal till now.

Trying to get a feel of the place and its people, I spent my first day looking around and snapping a few shots here and there, meeting locals and enjoying the food and tea, walking around small streets and admiring the Patan Durbar Square in Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City, one of the three Durbar Squares in Kathmandu Valley.

The weather wasn’t ideal. While the morning was beautiful and sunny, right before noon it changed to cloudy and a “British” rain started to fall.

As tomorrow’s forecast appears amazing, I am looking forward to allow my camera to get more intimate with this beautiful place.