Viac nápadov od Ela
BabyBanz slnečné okuliare

BabyBanz slnečné okuliare

Annapurna Circuit trek Nepal. Awesome!  http://worldtravelfamily.com/annapurna-circuit-trek/

Annapurna Circuit trek Nepal. Awesome! http://worldtravelfamily.com/annapurna-circuit-trek/

To visit: Oh, Bhutan. You've been on my mind for YEARS. When will I make it out there?! #contest #dreamtravel

To visit: Oh, Bhutan. You've been on my mind for YEARS. When will I make it out there?! #contest #dreamtravel

Travel Destination Nepal | Traveldudes.org

Travel Destination Nepal | Traveldudes.org

Krishna Mandir ( Shikhara Style ), Mangal Bazaar, Patan Durbar Square,  Kathmandu Valley

Krishna Mandir ( Shikhara Style ), Mangal Bazaar, Patan Durbar Square, Kathmandu Valley

Nyatapola Temple is a 5-story pagoda located in Bhaktapur, Nepal.

Nyatapola Temple is a 5-story pagoda located in Bhaktapur, Nepal.

The Amazing Nepal by Bar Artzi on 500px,Taken during the Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal

The Amazing Nepal by Bar Artzi on 500px,Taken during the Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal

Terraced river valley in Bhutan (Himalayas) #luxurytravel #amazingplaces http://www.bykoket.com/inspirations/category/travel

Terraced river valley in Bhutan (Himalayas) #luxurytravel #amazingplaces http://www.bykoket.com/inspirations/category/travel

Swayambhunath, Kathmandu, Nepal: 'The iconic whitewashed stupa of Swayambhunath is both a Unesco World Heritage Site and one of Nepal’s most sacred Buddhist shrines. Beneath the iconic, all-seeing eyes of the stupa lies an eclectic mishmash of prayer flags, Buddha statues and Tibetan chapels. Pilgrims wander the shrines, spinning prayer wheels and murmuring mantras, while nearby astrologers read palms.'

Swayambhunath, Kathmandu, Nepal: 'The iconic whitewashed stupa of Swayambhunath is both a Unesco World Heritage Site and one of Nepal’s most sacred Buddhist shrines. Beneath the iconic, all-seeing eyes of the stupa lies an eclectic mishmash of prayer flags, Buddha statues and Tibetan chapels. Pilgrims wander the shrines, spinning prayer wheels and murmuring mantras, while nearby astrologers read palms.'