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    Being with Nepalese Girl

    Hi,
    Living, Friendship, or traveling with Nepalese girl is really interesting. They are quite, calm and beautiful and also easy going. I love them.

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    Not sure what you're trying to sell.

    But welcome.
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    Hahaha

    @Bacon, You know very well...........

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    I assure you, I know nothing.

    Tell us a bit about yourself. Where you from? Where do you live? How old are you? If you don't mind.

    Cheers
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    Nothing is secret but hmmmmm check in your inbox. Something is better to tell you privately

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    Jonam. No more adverts or you will be banned...
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    I want to know about the Nepalese beaches..! 55

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    Quote Originally Posted by Distantpeak View Post
    Jonam. No more adverts or you will be banned...
    He didn't send me ads. Just some weird sh*t about Nepalese girls liking big d*ck, and sex tourism rising over there.

    Well I Googled Nepalese girls.

    I'm planning on putting my d*ck in a beehive tomorrow.
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    ^^ That will make it swell for sure...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacon View Post
    He didn't send me ads. Just some weird sh*t about Nepalese girls liking big d*ck, and sex tourism rising over there.

    Well I Googled Nepalese girls.

    I'm planning on putting my d*ck in a beehive tomorrow.
    yes... but he did post an advert that I deleted... ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distantpeak View Post
    yes... but he did post an advert that I deleted... ;-)
    Ahh well fuck him then.

    being with Nepalese girl
    It is exactly being with Nepalese beautiful girl is always fun and fine.

    My name is Jonam, male and from Kathamdu, live here and doing small kinds of travel business. But i am not such experienced in travel field. Many single traveler they come to meet me to find girl for sexual pleasure and to visit around Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan. Most of them are satisfied.

    Secondly, the girls around me also happy, they are living with good life. They are happy to live and have sex with foreigners because of big **** and long sex drive.

    Most of the traveler who seeks sexual pleasure goes to Bangkok, but Kathmandu and Pokhara also the alternatives for them. Naturally, Katmandu and Pokhara both cities are beautiful than other cities.

    Really the Sex tourism is rising in Nepal.

    Please do not expose my identity in public place!

    Thank you, hope you are understand.
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    If he can get me to the top of Everest I might let him off... 55
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distantpeak View Post
    If he can get me to the top of Everest I might let him off... 55
    My brother is heading to Kathmandu this year for the third time.

    This was his last trip.



    He says you see dead bodies everywhere by the time you get to second base camp. Apparently it costs a hell of a lot to chopper lift them out, and most families leave them there because they never rot or decompose. A very common sight apparently. Forever frozen in time. Just like Kathmandu itself. He says it's like going back a thousand years in time. Magical place.
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    How much is ST ? 555

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stillearly View Post
    How much is ST ? 555
    2 kilos of salt for the donkeys to lick, or a gallon of yak milk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacon View Post
    My brother is heading to Kathmandu this year for the third time.

    This was his last trip.



    He says you see dead bodies everywhere by the time you get to second base camp. Apparently it costs a hell of a lot to chopper lift them out, and most families leave them there because they never rot or decompose. A very common sight apparently. Forever frozen in time. Just like Kathmandu itself. He says it's like going back a thousand years in time. Magical place.
    Yeah, above second base camp they don't remove them because for one... a helicopter cannot go that high (air too thin) and its very difficult and expensive to get bodies down... and most climbers request that if they die.. they be left there.

    Has your brother climbed to the top?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distantpeak View Post
    Has your brother climbed to the top?
    No he's never tried. He goes there mainly for fitness and photography.

    Spends days just running around up there. Last time he came back with 8 packs.

    Apparently the thin air really increases your lung capacity and red blood cells in your body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacon View Post
    No he's never tried. He goes there mainly for fitness and photography.

    Spends days just running around up there. Last time he came back with 8 packs.

    Apparently the thin air really increases your lung capacity and red blood cells in your body.
    Yes... but you'd have to stay there a while to get that benefit. Part of the acclimatisation process if climbing Everest.... getting the body adjusted to altitude... eg.If a helicopter could drop you off at the top... you couldn't stay there long... as it wouldn't take you long before you died as your body wouldn't have acclimatised...
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    If you are interested in the subject Bacon... this is a good read...

    Into Thin Air: A Personal Account of the Mount Everest Disaster - Jon Krakauer - Google Books

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    Quote Originally Posted by Distantpeak View Post
    Yes... but you'd have to stay there a while to get that benefit. Part of the acclimatisation process if climbing Everest.... getting the body adjusted to altitude... eg.If a helicopter could drop you off at the top... you couldn't stay there long... as it wouldn't take you long before you died as your body wouldn't have acclimatised...
    Of course. These guys start before even Kathmandu, and walk all the way up to the city. We're talking like a month.
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