It is that time again, when it feels like war. I would be leaving station soon to go to Nepal. The idea is to try and trek through the Annapurna Circuit. Due to my work commitments I could not take leave earlier. So let us see how the monsoon treats me. But then I am not made of salt and I will not melt away due to rains. I have to admit I do not like too much rains on a trek, so monsoon gods do be kind to me and do not send many leeches my way.
Fresh as Flowers
I usually come back from a trek really fresh, so I hope this time also it would be the same. Whether I complete the trek or not is up to the mountains! I have given up treks mid way before and if health demands it, I will do it again.
But before I leave all the work that was hiding in 36 different corners have come out to haunt me again. Nothing is packed as usual and a lot needs to be done before I leave the station, so the war is on.
16 thoughts on “It is Almost Time to Head out to Nepal”
beautiful capture !! the flowers are refreshing ..pray Monsoon Gods do not shower their love while you trek in Nepal 🙂
Have a great trek!
Nepal is a beautiful place, have heard lot about it. Treks have always been intimidating but once you complete it, its one of the best feelings on earth. I wish that you complete the trek successfully and post some real nice pictures of Nepal. The fresh flowers are refreshing. 🙂
All the best n hv fun
Off again? Lucky you! Love that flower shot.
Jealous of U 🙂
All the best, Mridula! Looking forward to the experience through your eyes!
Have nice time. Let the rain gods be kind to you.
Nice post. Refreshing flowers. Write a book on your Nepal trekking…
All the best! I am sure you will come back with amazing stories from your trek!
wow bful flowers gud capture
The Rains have hit the hills, I went and walked in the rain myself. may luck be by your side!!
Have a Blast!!
So beautiful flowers,Nice post.
Wish you a very exciting trip and looking forward for interesting posts from Nepal…. Lovely colorful capture…..
Have a great journey. Come back with loads of st0ries and photographs 🙂
wow, nice to hear that… great shot…
it will be difficult to avoid leeches this time though! Happy journey 🙂