Travelogue

Where is the wet market at Kathmandu?

Wet market is always part of my itinerary when I am visiting any new place.

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I faced challenge when I could not find any marketplace in the map of Kathmandu.

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There was no dedicated building that sell dry and wet food ingredients in Kathmandu.

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The stores are portable but often gather near the main junction of the local communities.

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The pictures in the post were taken while we walked from Thamel to Kathmandu Durbar Square.

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The best time to witness the bustling activities is morning hours.

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Some housewives or shoppers could hire porter to carry the heavy purchase.

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I saw this lady who has been shopping without getting down from the trishaw.

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Some merchants were apparently temporary or mobile without dedicated selling spot. They have to pack and move on when the enforcement officers did the inspection.

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It was nice to check out the choices and ingredients used in Nepali cuisines.

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Most trekkers were warned to take vegetarian at the remote lodges where meats could be unsafe for consumption (due to lack of refrigeration).

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Vegetables and grains remain the staple diets of Nepalese.

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I will post few pictures on some tourist foods (more pizza than Daal Bhaat) that we had tried.

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