Flying in Nepal is a experience just like everything else. Due to the weather changing all the time flights do get delayed a lot. We were lucky leaving Pokhara as we only had a short delay. I am not the best flyer and flying in Nepal is pretty scary at times. The clouds are low … Continue reading Bye Bye Nepal
As we arrived back into our hotel in Pokhara after our 10 day hike the hotel reception handed us two big trash bags to put all our clothes in to be washed. As our main luggage was still in Kathmandu MK and I were room bound until we got our clean clothes back. We both … Continue reading Pokhara
Annapurna Base Camp Final
Day 18 (Continued...) After taking in sunset and breakfast we packed our bags up to make our way back down. You go back the same way for most of it but then you turn off at Tadapani and make your way down to Phedi. MK was eager to get going, he walked so fast we … Continue reading Annapurna Base Camp Final
Annapurna Base Camp Part 2
Day 16 We woke up at the crack of dawn. I walked outside to be greeted to a view of mountain peaks. It was incredible. I had never seen anything so beautiful. After breakfast we had to pack up and head out for our day of walking. This was the biggest town we had stayed … Continue reading Annapurna Base Camp Part 2
Annapurna Base Camp Part One
Day 11 (continued) We were on a flight and in Pokhara in the blink of a eye. MK was very quiet, our guide was still smiling and I was trying to keep conversation going. It was just soul destroying after a year of dedication that we were not even going to attempt the Everest Base … Continue reading Annapurna Base Camp Part One
Winter is half way through. It is actually unbelievable that back home everyone is melting in the heat and here in Australia it is cold, wet and miserable. I am not going to let the weather keep me in. I have a few activities on the social calendar over the next few months and I … Continue reading Ladies who…
Blue Mountains Ruined Castle
Over the July long weekend we stayed in Sydney to save some pennies and to do a hike. As you all well know we are training for base camp trek in September. We have already done a few hikes over the past few months. The hike we did this weekend was to the Ruined Castle … Continue reading Blue Mountains Ruined Castle
What to do this weekend (Queens Long Weekend 2018)?
One plus to living in Sydney is there is never a long weekend to far away. The June long weekend for the Queen's Birthday (we don't even have this off in England) is just around the corner. I am staying in Sydney for this long week... I decided to put a list of some of … Continue reading What to do this weekend (Queens Long Weekend 2018)?
Last weekend we were suppose to be heading up to the Snowy Mountain's for a weekend away and doing a hike. Well normal everyday life got in the way ( as it often does) and we could not leave until Saturday lunch time. We decided to go even though it would mean driving down Saturday … Continue reading Snowy Mountains
I don't think I have talked about Solo Vs Group travel before I arrived in Australia. It is the famous question among backpackers is it better to travel on your own or with people? I have traveled both ways. I went to the Dominican Republic on my own and met up with people I had … Continue reading Solo Travel