“What we find in a soulmate is not something wild to tame, but something wild to run with.”
— Robert Brault
This was a unique day, it marked the 11th year since I’d met Vijay and we’d started going on adventures together. ✨ You’d think as we’ve gotten older that we would have tamed our need for adventures, but if anything I feel as though we’ve just begun.
We set off before the sun rose 🌤 and arrived at the viewing point surrounded by the clouds. Throughout the morning we’d been waiting for the sun poke out and a gust of wind slowly moved some of the clouds aside to allow us to see some of Annapurna.
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Two men are waiting for the bus departure in Pasgaun village. There is only one bus a day coming in the evening from Pokhara, the second biggest city in Nepal. The same bus departs in the morning.
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The very last of the light punching through some seriously thick fog to just sprinkle some of its goodness.
There's something different about the temples of every country I visit.⠀
Nepal's Buddhism 🇳🇵 is best known for its colourful prayer flags and the omnipresent eyes. And are definitely the top attractions~⠀
Where is your favourite temple at?⠀
There is a great good in returning to a landscape that has had extraordinary meaning in one's life. It happens that we return to such places in our minds irresistibly. There are certain villages and towns, mountains and plains that, having seen them walked in them lived in them even for a day, we keep forever in the mind's eye. They become indispensable to our well-being; they define us, and we say, I am who I am because I have been there, or there.