Last Day in Nepal. Today evening is the departure from this beautiful place and Nagarkot has to happen today. Even though there was a bit of rain, it was not that much. And as the driver saw me pissed off about the previous day he arrived on time. 20 mins late is fine with me. Excited once again to reach the spot. We left when it was pitch dark and the blue hour started to creep in very fast. From the early morning blue to the sunrise orange hint and we are still pretty far from the spot. Then comes another surprise of the day to screw up the mood. Protesters blocked the road early in the bloody morning and we are stuck. I thought this plan is done but they said to wait. It was almost 40 mins of waiting before my mind spins off its axis. I went to talk to one guy who looked like some big shot of that protest. Looking at me he starts yelling 'No Press, No Press'. I had to say I m no goddamn press, I m a tourist. He doesn't believe me. Another dilemma of how to prove I am a tourist. Thanks to the driver for putting some sense in that asshole. But still the conversation didn't help much as we wait for a bit more. So my Sun has already started to peep out and the blue hour is screwed (almost). We are finally allowed to move on and the driver says we will be at the spot in another 25 mins. Driver says if its cloudy, I won't see any mountains. Mmmm, thanks for the heads up, WTF.
That's all for the amazing trip to a beautiful country, Nepal. I have been to few places around the world and from all of those I will be definitely coming back to Nepal again. Some places that I missed due to lack of time and some places for round two. Bungy definitely calls for doing it again, street photography is amazing as well. Landscapes are mind-blowing. There is everything for everyone, from adventure seekers to photographers, from party people to religious stuff. Choose what you like and Nepal has it up its sleeve. I would highly recommend a visit to Nepal to my photography buddies.