Asia Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Asia activity »
  1. 1 What goes into the making of a "Singapore Girl"?
  2. 2 Kerala trip
  3. 3 Advice needed from Japan train pros
  4. 4 Vietnam for 14 days help to find travel company
  5. 5 Trip Report Trip Report : China
  6. 6 HK to Beijing for 3 weeks- mid March to early April- itinerary help please!
  7. 7 Trip Report A great trip in India
  8. 8 Japan GTG, early April
  9. 9 Trip Report Googling to going...to Gujarat!
  10. 10 Trip Report Hong Kong and Angkor Wat
  11. 11 A Netflix series for those who enjoy Tokyo
  12. 12 Cherry Blossom season Mount Fuji area
  13. 13 Tokyo - Kamakura - Yokohama
  14. 14 Beijing tours
  15. 15 Tour Agency Recommendation
  16. 16 Goodbye, Carol Simpson
  17. 17 Honest opinion needed about Thailand
  18. 18 Takayama trail, Japan
  19. 19 Hotels near Takefu Train Station
  20. 20 1 day itinerary in Busan
  21. 21 Trip Report Trip report : Annapurna Circuit October 2016
  22. 22 Japan - Will We Get Lost?
  23. 23 Trip Report On the road again - to Incredible India.
  24. 24 Cambodia to Vietnam e-visa image format
  25. 25 Nakasendo Walk: Some help please
View next 25 » Back to the top

Back to the Drawing Board - Things are NOT Improving in Nepal

Jump to last reply

I must have jinxed it with my previous post. Anyway, I had registered with the Embassy for e-mail security updates just yesterday and wouldn't you know it, I get an alert this morning saying a general strike by "The National Peoples' Front" had shut down Kathmandu with major intersections blocked, cars being burned etc. I am beginning to understand the situation now - while things can be quiet and "safe" for a couple of weeks at a time, one of these strikes can suddenly erupt with little or no warning. We will NOT be going to Nepal next month.

Will continue to work on alternate itineraries that hopefully won't cost us much more than we have already planned to spend.

5 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement