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 hen 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
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
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
Day 8 The day was finally here. We were up early at 5AM. I had actually been awake since 3AM with nerves about our adventure ahead and the flight . The flight to Lukla ( the start of the hike to Base Camp Everest) takes off from Kathmandu and in a short 20 minuets you … Continue reading Getting to Lukla
Day 6 We had a very lazy day. We just chilled out watched some movies in the hotel room. Late morning we ventured out to Thamel for a coffee and some postcards to send home. In just two days we would be starting our hike so we were just trying to relax. In the evening … Continue reading Kathmandu Take Two
My sister bought me a Shakti Mat for my birthday. I had a rough idea on what they were about as I knew she had bought one to help her with migraines. A Shakti Mat is a foam mat with spikes on it. It is essentially a portable acupuncture mat. The mats are made by … Continue reading Shakti Mat
Day 3 (continued...) The bus was pretty comfy and we had air conditioning. We were pretty confident we would survive our 8 hour trip. Leaving Kathmandu we slowly made our way through the busy roads, cows and people trying to sell us food through the bus window. Once we had left the city we drove … Continue reading Chitwan National Park.