day 8 of our trek was, in comparison, fairly easy.
It only took us a few hours of hiking,
following the river on the valley floor,
to reach the city of Manang.Compared to the other little villages we had passed through,
Manang was huge.
There were at least a dozen teahouse hotel options,
and, my favorite part-
After a week of trekking,
it was nice to see some new faces,
and more of them.
The main highlight of Manang?
it was in this little part of the world that the fiance asked me to be his wife.
It was the perfect proposal.
post to come
im so ready to go to nepal after always reading about your adventure there (ok the photos dont hurt either!) 🙂 i cant wait to plan another trip out to asia!
Sarah and Stewart says
Wow – incredible photos… I love your blog! 🙂
The boyfriend proposed there! Ummm, officially best proposal spot ever! Can't wait to hear the full story 🙂
The mountains are stunning – they keep getting more and more breathtaking with each and every post.
Samantha Shepherd says
Can't wait to read the proposal story! These pictues make me want to hop on a plane right this instant. Gorgeous!
Ummmm what an amazing place to get engaged!!
How beautiful! And German bakeries? Very random… but a nice surprise!
I am always amazed by your beautiful pictures!
gorgeous, i (again) am so jealous of this trip of yours!
Oooh, I can't wait to hear about the proposal. So sad that the hike is going to be ruined by a road!
Milynn luong says
Nepal is somewhere I definitely have to visit during my next vacation. Why are they going to destroy the trek? It's so beautiful! Sometimes humans tread too much on Mother Nature's beauty.
Ariel Tyler says
Wow! So beautiful!