Monthly Archives: May 2013

Thailand for New Years!

So I arrived in Bangkok, just days before New Years, on the full moon, having been grouching over an unhappy stomach for almost a week, to find that Bangkok is one of the world’s HOTTEST, MOST HUMID cities in the … Continue reading

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Nepal by IPhone

So I realized I left out loads of fun stuff I’d shot on my Iphone… The panoramas and silly moments and random yaks and beers and HDR photos- not to be forgotten! I promise Thailand and Cambodia posts are coming!

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People and places of the Annapurnas

Again, what a trip! Too many great moments of people or landscapes- decided to put up a little more about the people and locations and some more of the what it’s like walking there… Next up… Thailand’s beaches and Cambodia’s … Continue reading

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Magic in the Annapurnas!

I arrived in Pohkara, found a place to stay for the night, and set about learning what I could about the hike I wanted to do- “The Sanctuary”- otherwise known as Annapurna Base Camp. I stopped into a guiding service … Continue reading

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Cho-La Pass, Mt. Everest, Kala Pattar, Lukla…

To connect the Gokyo and Everest valleys, we crossed Cho-la pass, at a heady 5370 meters or 17,600 feet. The walking and route was a well travelled highway of a trail, making the way easy to find. Cho-la was fantastic … Continue reading

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Namche Baazar and the Gokyo Valley

We reached Namche to find it in a cloud. Everything felt damp and dark, the sounds were muted. I remember squeezing close against a wet stone wall with a local woman pressed against me as a large Yak barreled out … Continue reading

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Faces of the Middle Hills of Nepal

Well, I went to make this last post about hiking in from Jiri, and I had soooo many pictures of these wonderful people! I remembered all the moments from taking these pictures. Practicing my Nepali, laughing, playing with the kids, … Continue reading

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