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
The time had final come for us to leave Sydney for and start our trip around Nepal. Day 1. The first leg of our flight was 14 hours long to Dubai. We only had a two hour gap between flights. After a bit of a rush to the correct terminal for our flight to Kathmandu … Continue reading Kathmandu.
The countdown is on.....not long until we set off on our adventure. The packing list is getting smaller and we have ticked off our medical check ups as well. MK and I both went to the doctors to seek advice on what we would need health wise. We have both been to Asia before, we … Continue reading Final…Nepal Health Update.
77 days now until we leave for Nepal (less when this blog actually posts) so thought I would give you guys a bit of a update. I am still on Optifast having the two shakes a day and a low cal meal for dinner. I have had a few nights out with drinks but very … Continue reading Nepal Prep Update.
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
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)?
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
Taking a break from Nepal blogs this week and decided to talk about snow. Winter hit this weekend, the sweat pants came out and the summer wardrobe was packed away. Not going to lie, it was very nice leaving the house Saturday night not in a ball of sweat from blow drying and straighten my … Continue reading To Ski or Not to Ski
This year MK and I decided to not go home but to go on a trip. We both work full time so the maximum time we could get off was a month. Our work have given us both a month off in September...now we just had to decide on a destination. I am 30 MK … Continue reading Nepal Booked!
Like everyone else I follow a lot of travel accounts on Instagram. When I am at work wanting to escape the desk for a minuet or looking for some travel ideas this is where I go. I think there amazing all of them...but it is always on the back of mind, how real are they? … Continue reading InstaTravel