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Mountain is Calling, @Ghumante_Nepali From Mustang

@ghumante_nepali "Mountain is calling "
We went to search booze not knowing that there is always curfew on Beni after 9. Got scolded by police due to the looks I had, like a bunch of hippies searching for marijuana😎 After breakfast, we visited Rupse George & than we stopped at Ghasa where we could see mountains were literally calling with their beauties where we had local booze ( Kodo ko jhol ).
Scary way as we could see Kaligandaki from the narrow road if it slipped then no chance of survival. Huge thanks to the bus driver. Our life savior 🙏 Now here comes Jhomsom where you see mountains at South for the first time Woah! It drugged me from its beauty. We roam around the place which is called district in the lap of mountains. After reaching Mustang how can someone miss Marpha the mustang coffee?
With Dry apple(sukuti) & a cup of tea, we started our journey to Muktinath. On our pickup jeep, we went to Kagbeni to play with the snow but had to walk from Kagbeni to Mustang where you could only see snow everywhere. With excitement, the team spent hours but finally reached Muktinath, true Heaven.😍
With courage, we took bath on 107 ice cold water taps & also dived into the ponds. As the day was Shivratri, how can someone miss Babaji ki butti 😛 We mussed college group due to hangover had to wait until 12 o'clock. Oh that song, बार बजे हावा सरर... we experienced the wind. Yeah 🤘We then took off from Jomsom to beni where many things happened like flat tires, exhausted engine, ugh😤
We started from beni to pokhara land of lakes on the way we visited Baglung Kalika a holy temple and Kusma bridge which is known as the highest suspension bridge in Nepal. And finally returned KTM with lots of exciting memories 

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