Trekking in Nepal. Chapter 3: A Solitary Ascent to Tilicho Lake

Those who have read previous blogs may have noticed a common thread that is woven throughout and one that clearly defines my fervent passion, mountains and everything associated with mountains, be it rock climbing, scrambling, snowboarding, winter mountaineering, camping, hiking and trekking. Mountains are mighty, magnificent and mystical. Mountains emanate a potent lure to many. … More Trekking in Nepal. Chapter 3: A Solitary Ascent to Tilicho Lake

Trekking in Nepal. Chapter 2: Tea House Trekking and Trail Life

The Annapurna Circuit is a long distance trek around the Annapurna Massif that stretches 230 kilometres and crosses its highest point at Thorong La Pass, 5,416 metres where it touches the edge of the Tibetan plateau. It has often been voted as the best long distance trek in the world, as it combines, in its … More Trekking in Nepal. Chapter 2: Tea House Trekking and Trail Life

Trekking in Nepal. Chapter 1: Another Fork in the Road

“Then one day, when you least expect it, the great adventure finds you.” – Ewan McGregor A number of times throughout my life I have found myself facing an impromptu, intrepid decision. A decision that would potentially peel me away from my fixed plan, something that in the past, with an OCD induced routine and … More Trekking in Nepal. Chapter 1: Another Fork in the Road

Cycle Touring Pakistan. Chapter 4: Tea & Biscuits with the Assistant Director General, Mr Adeel, Projectile Vomiting, Base Camp Trekking & Digital Potty Training

As a stranger stepping foot into a foreign country there is most certainly courtesies that you are yet to be accustomed to, likewise, there are behaviours that, to the compatriots of such a country, may be harmless but could be perceived as invasive or rude. One example of this could be someone watching you like … More Cycle Touring Pakistan. Chapter 4: Tea & Biscuits with the Assistant Director General, Mr Adeel, Projectile Vomiting, Base Camp Trekking & Digital Potty Training