Previous Post: The Kathmandu Valley’s Patan April 2018: Part 1 – Durbar Square After a brief coffee break at the north end of Durbar Square, I headed north to visit a couple of worship sites – one Buddhist and the other … Continue reading
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Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley continues to captivate! This May was my third visit. I spent a week there – a few days before and three after my Upper Mustang trek. I revisited most of the UNESCO World Heritage sites to see how they … Continue reading
Related Post: Checking Out Downtown Toronto’s Street Art In the fall of 2016, I spent a morning checking out the street art of the Kensington Market area and the famous Graffiti Alley in the Queen/Spadina area. (Click on the link … Continue reading
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Volcán Osorno – Basic Background Each year about 600 climbers summit this glacier-capped stratovolcano (8701’ / 2652m ) at the south-east end of Llago Llanquihue. On a clear summer morning the reward is an incredible panoramic view of a slice of … Continue reading