NEPAL. Handbook, 2nd Edition

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Globe Pequot Press, 1999 - Travel - 565 pages
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Birthplace of the Buddha, home of the Gurkhas, roof of the world, land of legend and beauty - within its narrow confines Nepal contains an utterly spectacular variety of culture and landscapes. Comprehensive coverage of Kathmandu including a special section on short walks from the city. Trekking in the Himalaya. Coverage of treks in the popular areas and in the less well-known Eastern region. How to get to Tibet and practical information on Lhasa. Colour maps covering the whole country. "Brilliant. It includes everything you need to know, as well as a few surprises." Geographical Magazine, London "Footprint Handbooks, the best of the best." Le Monde, Paris

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Woodhatch studied Asian and African Geography at the London School of Oriental and African Studies. He has worked in flight crew scheduling for various airlines, and holds a private pilot's license. He is currently the counr director for a British non-governmental organization in Bangladesh.

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