Scooters are for short distance that what I used to think.

I was wrong.

Listen here, we traveled more than 500 km by that little scooter.

” Adventurous, exciting, beautiful, natural and togetherness.”

Kathmandu, Ramechhap, Jiri, Dolakha, Mude and back to Kathmandu.

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A map of our trip

A short glimpse of our trip:

November 8, 2014

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Dhulikhel

The two Traveller

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A diverted path due to road under construction

The snake like road: BP Highway

 

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After crossing Khurkot, Sindhuli. Background Sunkoshi river

 

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Manthali, Ramechhap

In Chilaune Magar Gau

We stayed in my village in the first day.

November 9, 2014

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A road where scooty can’t run

On the way to Jiri

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Tamakoshi
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The road to Jiri
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Jiri

Second day, we stayed @ Dolakha guest house after visiting Jiri.

November 10, 2014

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Sunrise @ Dolakha
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A visit to Dolakha Bhimsenthan

Mude

Some photo shot @ Mude

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Banepa

Finally, in third day, we were back to home.

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Published by Niraj Thapa Magar

An Engineering management post-grad specialized in strategic innovation and passionate about social innovation to create a positive impact in the society. As a chairperson of Social innovation Club of CQuniversity, Sydney and with two and half year experienced as an electrical engineer in telecommunication, he has built up an innovative mindset with passionate heart to create a better world for tomorrow. According to him, life is all about being happy and making other happy.

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