ALLA Journal goes to Napal

The ALLA journal has now made it into high altitude accompanying me on a trip to Nepal. We started with a few days sightseeing in Kathmandu. I was amazed to see a sign saying "central law library" whilst on a taxi ride. Note the reconstruction work to the old royal palace here, due to earthquake damage.
My family and I then set off for a trek outside the city of Pokhara. We caught a glimpse of the famous mountain Machhapuchare, or Fishtail, which has never been climbed to the top, as well as Annapurna South.

I was very glad to have the journal with me and read it cover to cover! Though visibility worsened so we couldn't see mountains after the above we still enjoyed experiencing the Nepalese countryside and villages.

Anne Young
KM Librarian (Litigation and Regulatory)
DLA Piper

Editors Note:

This blog post was originally posted stating that the famous mountain was called "Machu Pichu", the correct mountain name has now been updated. (31/08/2016). We apologise for any confusion. 



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