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India and Nepal – Truth is stranger than fiction: A Himalayan Adventure #2020

India and Nepal Truth is stranger than fiction A Himalayan Adventure This book describes the author s first journey to India and Nepal in He was a third year geography student when he decided to make his dream come true and to travel to India Nepal and Himalaya

  • Title: India and Nepal – Truth is stranger than fiction: A Himalayan Adventure
  • Author: Matti Munnukka
  • ISBN: 9789523304345
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Hardcover
  • India and Nepal – Truth is stranger than fiction: A Himalayan Adventure By Matti Munnukka, This book describes the author s first journey to India and Nepal in 1984 He was a third year geography student when he decided to make his dream come true, and to travel to India, Nepal, and Himalaya with his friends Kathmandu, the capital of Kingdom of Nepal, and the highest mountains of the world like Mount Everest, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Makalu and Kangchenjunga, werThis book describes the author s first journey to India and Nepal in 1984 He was a third year geography student when he decided to make his dream come true, and to travel to India, Nepal, and Himalaya with his friends Kathmandu, the capital of Kingdom of Nepal, and the highest mountains of the world like Mount Everest, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Makalu and Kangchenjunga, were familiar to him only from maps or literature The mountains were hidden behind the clouds and it rained for days The breathtaking mountain scenery was visible only momentarily The trip took place in May and June during the hot and rainy monsoon season Unlike the peak tourist seasons in spring and fall, the monsoon caused much pain and suffering from rains and muddy trails, landslides, leeches, snakes, bad food, and severe diarrhea After returning to Finland, the author had lost 20 pounds of his weight, and looked like a skinny Indian holy man This did not, however, prevent the author from returning to Nepal again and again.

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    1 thought on “India and Nepal – Truth is stranger than fiction: A Himalayan Adventure

    1. This was a delightful reading The particulars of the story were very interesting and full of details that made me truly imagine the places the author visited, tho I ve never been there I learnt a lot from this narration, for example costumes and ways of living I ve never thought they could exist anywhere, such as having no driving code at all Another thing I really enjoyed about this book is that it s full of amazing photos taken in various occasions, with different subjects, light expositions, [...]

    2. I enjoyed reading this book though I thought some parts were unnecessary and a bit overwrought The pictures are beautiful and the story is interesting and unique.Overall, it was a good easy read I would recommend this book to people who likes reading about traveling and adventures but avoid the monsoon time lol

    3. India and Nepal Truth is stranger than fiction A Himalayan adventure is the author s first English language travel book from the Himalayas The book describes his first journey to India and Nepal in 1984 during the hot and wet rainy season Typically, today s travel books are heroic descriptions of journeys to distant and exotic countries, but this book is very different The author and his friends are the real beginners in the heat of Calcutta and on the slopes of the Himalayas Twice they go trekk [...]

    4. I truly enjoyed reading the book India and Nepal Truth is stranger than fiction A Himalayan adventure is a travel book about everything you need to know when travelling in the heat of pre monsoon and the rainy season in South Asia The author took a trip with this friends first to Calcutta, then to Darjeeling and Kalimpong in the Himalayas, and finally to Nepal in 1984 They hiked in two different region Darjeeling Region and Annapurna The travellers had to return back with their tails between the [...]

    5. This is real I never thought that there is a place that anyone wouldn t like to go back As I have this book, I have imagined what place this could be If the author would have not come by that month maybe the place is beautiful and attractive But I believe that there are some people who are adventurous and loved to stroll down this place Worth to read though

    6. I got this book from giveaway.I enjoyed reading this book though I thought some parts were unnecessary and a bit overwrought The pictures are beautiful and the story is interesting and unique.Overall, I would reccommend this book to people who likes reading about traveling and adventures.

    7. I am super excited to read this book to be able to relate to my husband s experience of living in India closely I will update my review once I have read the book.

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