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  1. Becky
    Becky at |

    In Hue, we followed Jodi’s recommendations for eating and they were spot on (you have to scroll way down for the addresses): https://www.legalnomads.com/hue-vietnam/

    Random tip, if your Yeti Air segment happens to be Kathmandu to Pokhara: sit on the right side heading toward Pokhara for mountain views. On my trip, it was open seating, not sure if you they assign in advance now since it’s been a few years.

    Another Nepal tip, since I can’t comment on India, is that the Kathmandu Hyatt Regency is an absolute steal as a Category 1 hotel. After trekking and many nights of teahouses, homestays, and local hotels, it was a treat to have a soft bed and hot shower with water pressure.

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  2. Dumammy
    Dumammy at |

    Actually if you fly out of Paro on a clear day you can see several of the over 8,ooo meter peaks including Everest if your lucky. Right side of plan out of Paro.

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  5. MC Hammer
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    No confusion at all, that’s SecureCode system by Mastercard

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