Trekking in the Gokyo valley of the Everest Himalaya.It is perhaps the most spectacular and amazing trek in the world. The long climb up to the Everest region of Nepal is a hard, physically-demanding . This Photo is taken at Gokyo Re Mountain top point. 2007 My best holiday ever. More »
Take a look at some of the interesting and delicious dishes, I will be including in this cookbook. We all can’t wait to try these recipes! In Nepal you will find food that will nourish you and keep you warm. So curry plays an important part in the seasonings. The dishes are quick and easy to make, something I insisted on . More »
How to get to Todai-ji From JR Nara Station or Kintetsu Nara station, it is about a 10 to 20 minute walk east on either Sanjo Dori or Hanna Road towards Nara Park. When you get to Nara Park, look for sign posts pointing the way toward the Nandaimon and Todaiji. Todaiji is in the north of the park. More »
Thorong-LA PASS 5416 mtr. from sea level.That 15 days still fresh in my mind. I love it The Annapurna range is named after the Hindu goddess of food and harvests. It is not known why it came to be so called: perhaps the ancients believed they owed their harvests to the mountain, the c louds that it trapped, the rivers that flowed off it. More »
Historial Amry Museum,where second world war Army force used equiptment and many more…………,if you around Japan… recommend to friend and family ,great place to visit.
Mt. Everest Honey Concern registered under Nepal Government act, with registration no.27145/32 and PAN (personal account number)302808987 on date 2064/04/07 at Kathmandu.
Check out this video featuring this visionary entrepreneur and author, Prakash Adhikari of Nepal. His book will be available by early 2010! Watch the video to get a sneak peek and see his vision for the “New Nepal.” Very inspiring!
I met Prakash Adhikari on Facebook earlier this year. He impressed me because he was an entrepreneur and seemed truly determined. As I got to know him I discovered he loved to cook. He also said he had always dreamed of being a writer. That’s really all I needed to hear! I immediately told him about my Cookbook Coach system, “The 7 Secrets of a Successful-Self-Published Cookbook.” He did not even hesitate…he just said, “I want to do this, please show me how.” I was absolutely thrilled. What an exotic place, Nepal. He kept saying I come from the top of the world, so he decided that’s what he wanted to name his book…”Recipes from the Top of the World.” I thought it was brilliant!
At this posting he is still testing his recipes for inclusion in the book. I could’nt be happier for Prakash and I’m very proud to be involved with his book project.
Take a look at some of the interesting and delicious dishes he will be including in his cookbook. We all can’t wait to try these recipes! In Nepal you will find food that will nourish you and keep you warm. So curry plays an important part in the seasonings. The dishes are quick and easy to make, something Prakash insisted on, as he was doing the cooking to test all the recipes!