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To Visa or not, that is the question

NEPAL | Fri, 29 Aug 2014 | By ritaj | Views [314]

The last two weeks have been filled with uncertainty as the visa for Tibet, while seemingly approved has not been issued.  In the end I just came to Kathmandu, jumped 'off the cliff' as it were, trusting to the Divine and to Hira when he said it ... Read more >

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Myself and my best friend spent 2 weeks backpacking in Guatemala, which was far too short in my opinion! 

This photograph was taken on our return journey from the beautiful Lago de Atitilan, after a breathtaking sunrise that morning. I have an obsessive love for interesting clouds, sunrises and sunsets, both at home and abroad. 
The lake has a fascinating history, where the remains of Guatemala civil war are still seen in the inscriptions on stones around the lake, proclaiming support for the guerrilas. The lakeside villages scattered between the mountains and volcanoes are filled with indigenous villagers dressed head to toe in colourful Mayan traditional costumes. : by aoifekk, Views[730]
Myself and my best friend spent 2 weeks backpacking in Guatemala, which was far too short in my opinion! This photograph was taken on our return journey from the beautiful Lago de Atitilan, after a breathtaking sunrise that morning. I have an obsessive love for interesting clouds, sunrises and sunsets, both at home and abroad. The lake has a fascinating history, where the remains of Guatemala civil war are still seen in the inscriptions on stones around the lake, proclaiming support for the guerrilas. The lakeside villages scattered between the mountains and volcanoes are filled with indigenous villagers dressed head to toe in colourful Mayan traditional costumes.

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