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Whitewater Nepal

NEPAL | Sunday, 9 Nov 2008 | Views [1062]

I have spent the last couple of weeks rafting and kayaking in the beautiful rivers of Nepal. I travelled with Equator expeditions who I have travelled with before and who again ran an exceptionally good river trip. As I am learning to kayak I firstly ... Read more >

Tags: equator expeditions, karnali, kayaking, nepal, rafting, sukute

Holy Cow!

INDIA | Saturday, 30 Aug 2008 | Views [1813]

Well it has been awhile! And I have been doing so many things, where to start?? Well I will try not to make the entry too long... or I think most of you will stop reading halfway through. Well picking up from after trekking, which seems so long ago ... Read more >

Tags: buddha, haradwir, india, lumbini, nepal, temples, varanasi

Gosaikunda Monsoon Trekking

NEPAL | Friday, 8 Aug 2008 | Views [4633] | Comments [4]

Leeches and rain, that is what everyone says about monsoon trekking. But being just a little crazy I decided to give it a go anyway, it couldnt be all that bad.. So my trusty trekking partner Ashok and I set off for Gosaikunda (this time with a ... Read more >

Tags: gosaikunda, illness, lang tang, nepal, trekking

One month in already

NEPAL | Thursday, 24 Jul 2008 | Views [1205] | Comments [1]

Well it has been one month already!  Since my last update I have returned to Kathmandu.  Leaving Pokhara was very sad.  It was tempting to rent a room and stay there for the whole 6 months! My last week in Pokhara included an overnight trip to Gorkha, ... Read more >

Tags: gorkha, kathmandu, momos, nepal, pokhara, temple

Monsoon Rafting on the Seti

NEPAL | Sunday, 13 Jul 2008 | Views [1009]

I have been waiting for a while to do a high water rafting trip, so when the chance came up Thursday evening to leave 6am the next morning for the Seti I took it! The Seti in the normal season is a nice easy river, one which I will probably kayak down ... Read more >

Tags: nepal, rafting, seti

Lost in the Jungle - yes Literally lost..

NEPAL | Monday, 7 Jul 2008 | Views [1676]

A few days ago a Nepali friend - Ashok and I decided to go trekking for a few days only an hour out of Pokhara. What initially was going to be a trek around the lake turned into a trek to a village called Punchasee which was supposed to be a nice ... Read more >

Tags: jungle, local hospitality, nepal, trekking

Pokhara Daze

NEPAL | Thursday, 3 Jul 2008 | Views [927]

Since arriving in Pokhara I have been having a nice relaxing holiday.  It would be easy to stay here for a long time doing pretty much nothing. My mornings are taken up with getting up late, followed by a lazy breakfast and the internet or a trip to ... Read more >

Tags: kayaking, nepal, pokhara

The Great Escape from Kathmandu

NEPAL | Sunday, 29 Jun 2008 | Views [1222] | Comments [2]

Well that may be a little dramatic... But it took 3 days from when I first attempted to leave Kathmandu to when I actually left Kathmandu and it was beggining to feel as though I may have been stuck there foreever! The problem with Kathmandu is that ... Read more >

Tags: kathmandu, nepal, pokhara, strike


NEPAL | Wednesday, 25 Jun 2008 | Views [902]

Well after a very long and uncomfortable flight I arrived in Kathmandu a couple of days ago. There is currently a transport strike going on here, so luckily I had a friend arrange a private car to pick me up from the airport, or it would have been quite ... Read more >

Tags: kathmandu, nepal, pashputinath

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