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Positive Footprints - Nepal

NEPAL | Thursday, 11 September 2008 | Views [7334] | Comments [3]

In April 2006, we packed up our documentary producer extraordinaire Trent O'Donnell and shipped him off to Nepal to shoot the first of our 'Positive Footprints' documentary series. Armed with a camera, bags of batteries, some warm clothing and his wits, we sent him to capture the essence of a World Expeditions community project travel trip. We also asked customs to not let him back in unless he had a good story.

He was to join 13 travellers as they trek into one of the most remote parts of Nepal to help refurbish the Saramthali school and repair a retaining wall constantly threatened by the harsh climate of the Himalayas.

This is the story of what happens when a group of travellers choose to make a difference, the effect it has on them, as well as the local community. Grab a drink, something to nibble on, maybe a couple of tissues and enjoy, Positive Footprints - Nepal.

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Tags: documentary, nat geo, national geographic, nepal, positive footprints, saramthali, travel, travel documentary, world expeditions, world nomads

 

Comments

1

very well done ... really liked it and inspired. Just one comment. there is a mistake in the subtitling where the Nepali teacher's address is wrongly written.

  Suraj Ratna Shakya Dec 28, 2008 3:59 PM

2

Such an inspiring film!! I would recommend watching it to anyone. Thank you for what you do.

  Lauren Aug 28, 2009 12:15 AM

3

I was one of the 13 volunteers on the trip. It will last with me forever.

  Cindy Dec 1, 2010 6:37 PM

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