The colours of Nepal: A short film by The Common Wanderer

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We spent six weeks exploring Nepal in 2016; three weeks in the chaos of Kathmandu, two weeks hiking the picturesque Annapurna range with Intrepid Travel, and a week relaxing lakeside in Pokhara. 

Those six weeks were all it took for us to fall completely, madly, head over heels in love with the country.

WHY DID WE LOVE NEPAL SO MUCH?

It's the intangible spirituality that curls itself around every fibre of your being, granting you new eyes, new appreciation, new awakening. It's the kaleidoscope of colours, the cacophony of sound, the smells and the chaos which jolt you into life around every corner. It's the people; so generous and friendly, such kindness in their eyes that your soul is warmed. It’s the prayer flags that flutter messages of peace on the breeze, their colours representing the elements of air, fire, water, wind, and earth. And it's the towering mountains and their epic scale, the feeling of insignificance, yet being part of something so big, so powerful, and so beautiful on this big spinning ball of stardust.

Our love of Nepal was one we wanted to document, honour, and share, so here’s a short film we made; Colours of Nepal.

We hope you enjoy.

COLOURS OF NEPAL

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