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Nepal - trekking map for Annapurna Region - recommendations, please.

I'm in the early stages of planning a Nepal trip next year, and hope someone may be able to recommend a good trekking map, please.

I have the Hema map, but it's not detailed enough to show the little villages.

Our walking itinerary is:
1. Pokhara- Nayapul - Tikedunga - Ulleri
2. Ulleri - Ghorepani
3 Ghorepani - Poon Hill - Tadapani
4 Takapani - Ghandruk /Ghandrung- Landruk/Landrung
5. Landruk - Bhichok - Potana
6. Potana - Dhampus - Pokhara

It will be my first trip to Nepal; going with a group of friends March/April, and looking forward to it enormously.

If you have any hints/tips/suggestions or advice - please let me have them. I'm sure I'll have some questions as the preparations take shape, but right now I'm devouring the Insight Guides Nepal book.

Oh yes - I love travellers' tales and stories about regions I'm visiting, so if you have any suggestions for biographies/historical/fictional or factional books on Nepal you've enjoyed, please share those, too.

Many thanks

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