Mountain Flight Over the Himalayas

source site What do you do when you want to see the Himalayas, but you don’t have enough time to trek to them?

see url This was my dilemma when I visited Nepal. Due to work commitments, I had only seven days which is, believe me, nowhere near long enough to do any justice to this beautiful country. As time was tight, and there was simply no way that I would be leaving without visiting the mountains, we headed to Pokhara: a small town in the foothills of the Annapurna region, where we had booked an hour-long mountain flight with Avia Club Nepal.

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follow site go 6.30: Slowly, the sun crept over the horizon, but low-lying early morning haze continued to obscure the mountains from view. Still, it looked like the day would be clear enough for the flight to proceed.

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http://jwdunnwright.com http://cricbench.com 7.15: All of a sudden the plane was speeding down the runway; and my heart was in my mouth. Not only am I afraid of flying in general, but flying over mountains, in particular, terrifies me (I watched the movie, ‘Alive’ too many times as a teenager), yet here I was about to take a precarious flight right over the mountains. And not just any mountains: the Himalayas! But as the plane rose higher and higher, I looked ahead to the horizon where jagged white peaks were beginning to appear over the haze and the excitement of the moment erased my fears.

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http://afcmarseille.com/porn/lesbian-blind-date-porn I am not going to describe the rest of the flight; my pictures speak louder than words! And believe me when I say, that the hour I spent on that flight is the highlight of my travels. DSC00717

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anal ball pump porn You can see my snapchat story of my time in Pokhara – including the mountain flight – here.

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  1. posted by
    Jessica
    Apr 27, 2016 Reply

    follow link Omg!!! Your photos are absolutely incredible and this is for sure an added must do to my bucket list. Thanks for sharing your experience!!

    • posted by
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      Apr 28, 2016 Reply

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    Apr 27, 2016 Reply

    watch Wow!! What a wonderful way to view the Himalayas – I definitely would want to do it this way!

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    Apr 27, 2016 Reply

    go site Wow! What an adventure! Your photos are amazing and I loved the video!! You are brave, but it obviously proved to be worth the anxiety it caused!!

    • posted by
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      Apr 28, 2016 Reply

      houston sex trafficking organizations Thank you! I was quite scared near the end when the propellor looked like it was slowing down and the pilot seemed twitchy. I asked him if everything was okay and he said so – however, I lived to tell the tell, so all was well! I was so cool!

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    Courtney Jones
    Apr 28, 2016 Reply

    aqaurium mushrooms squirt Amazing photos! I love this – totally a different perspective than you normally read about visiting the Himalayas! Very cool 🙂

    • posted by
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      Apr 28, 2016 Reply

      watch Thank you. I am so happy that I managed to get a few good pictures!

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    Yilin Wang
    Apr 28, 2016 Reply

    source Great photos! I liked the snapchat too. Flying over the mountains seems like such a cool experience.

  6. posted by
    Aimee
    Apr 28, 2016 Reply

    http://johanstellerphotography.com How amazing, and once in a lifetime opportunity for sure. I love your photos, so stunning. Was it expensive if you don’t mind me asking?

    • posted by
      Runaway Brit
      Apr 29, 2016 Reply

      I don’t mind at all. We paid quite a lot because of the fuel strike, which had driven all of the prices up. The website is saying that it costs around $270 to do what we did – I don’t know whether this is factoring in the fuel strike or not. We splurged because we would not have seen the mountains otherwise.

  7. posted by
    Naomi
    Apr 28, 2016 Reply

    Your images are amazing!! I remember the first time I saw the himalyas vivately. It was such a miracle seeing those snowy peaks in front of me. I can imagine you had the best time of your life! When are you going back ?

    • posted by
      Runaway Brit
      Apr 29, 2016 Reply

      They are crazy beautiful, right?! I would love to go back to Nepal, but I don’t have plans to just yet. Maybe in the next few years.

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    Anita
    Apr 28, 2016 Reply

    It looks just incredible. You are lucky having seen that. It must be a very special feeling seeing all that by your own eyes. Thanks for sharing. Visit my website

    • posted by
      Runaway Brit
      Apr 29, 2016 Reply

      Yeah, I do feel pretty lucky – not everybody gets the chance to do things like this.

  9. posted by
    Becca
    Apr 29, 2016 Reply

    Your pictures are incredible! Nepal is at the top of my list and I’m so jealous! I can’t get over those views! Thanks for sharing (:

    • posted by
      Runaway Brit
      Apr 29, 2016 Reply

      Thank you for commenting. I hope Nepal doesn’t remain only a bucket list item for too long – it’s a great place 🙂

  10. posted by
    Stella @ Travelerette
    May 1, 2016 Reply

    That’s amazing that you were able to get such great shots! I don’t know how you did it. I love flying though, so I would die to go soaring over the Himalayas!

    • posted by
      Runaway Brit
      May 7, 2016 Reply

      We were so close to the mountains that I didn’t need to zoom in. It was quite frightening being so close – the pilots are very skilled!

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