The Eighth Note Above ( 3120 m. ) Sea Level

Not So Lonely Planet . . . out of the road up n’ down the track . . . people are under a back-pack attack with good folk out there . . . So, take things you can share your favourite tunes. ---> . . . Your home under your hat ‘cos it’s not where you’re from – it’s where you’re at! . . . Indeed, a fantastic 5 days trekking up hill close to nature. . . and I just enjoyed singing along my Eighth Note Above ( 3120 m. ) Sea Level ... sharing favourite tunes with new companions ... Poon Hill, It's where I was at :-) . . . . . . . . . . . . . I recently was in Nepal last month, trekking to Ghorepani - Poon Hill trek which is located in Annapurna region. I went with no trekking experience and I went solo; and had a fantastic 5 days close to nature.
However, I did not have a chance to see the spectacular view of the Himalayas . It was not so clear visibility due to rain. but, I find the sunny side to trek on the rainy season . . . there are some pretty cool upsides ; it is only the season for nature to be a real green. I mean trekking really depends on peoples interest and intension. if you like really green forest and water then it is very good. what I also find interesting on treking in monsoon is that...its a little bit more relaxing than trekking in sunny days. :-)

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