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doing it on your own

I am planning a trip into Nepal for approx. 4 months. I am thinking Jan-Feb and mid Sept-Dec. of 2003. I am an avid hiker backpacker and am wondering how comfortable it is to go it on your own in Langtang,Annapurna and the Solu Khumbu areas in the sense of the feelings of the Nepalese people towards backpackers so as not to be offensive. I will also be travelling with a Female partner.

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