What we hoped for out of the trek showed itself to us and for hours afterwards we passed through rice, potato and corn fields, criss-crossing the Marsyangdi River on suspension bridges, making our way upwards from one mountain to the next.
Arriving in the village of Tal (1700m), the road works came to an end and the beautiful, turquoise waters of the Marsyangdi valley, the bluest I’ve ever seen. The chortens and gompas at the entrance of the Buddhist-influenced Tibetan-Burmese villages would begin to welcome us in the following days.
This lakebed has been witness to numerous landslides over the years and is now facing a future of damming and road construction.
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