A Year Of Rainy Season Comes To An End

As I landed in Kathmandu, Nepal, one song was going through my head.

Yes, the rainy season is over. I entered the rainy season in Chiapas, Mexico.. and never left it. Like a shadow, as I headed south in Latin America it followed me everywhere I went. Then I went to Southeast Asia and it was rainy season there too.

But now, finally, in Nepal, I arrived to a place during the dry season. And, assuming I get the Indian visa, it’ll be dry for the foreseeable future.

So, to mark the 13 months I spent in the rainy season, below are a few videos in chronological order of rain from the past year.

San Andres Itzapa, Guatemala

Londres, Costa Rica

Cartagena, Colombia

Salento, Colombia

Lago Agrio, Ecudor

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Veuntaen, Laos

Bang Mun Nak, Thailand

Bangkok, Thailand

3 replies
  1. Maria
    Maria says:

    I remember Cambodian rain well. Ahhh. However, I would get tired of traveling if I’d done the entire rainy season as you have. Suppose you now know what ducks feel like? *laugh*

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