Back in Kathmandu

I was so excited to greet my nephew Glenn and his beautiful daughter Zara last night at Kathmandu airport. Christine who has traveled on Lyn Taylor’s Adventure Travel Nepal trips 4 times, and visited Nepal 9 times arrived today, Nina another Nepal veteran arrives in a few days. Tomorrow we depart at 630am for our gruelling 8-12 hour overland drive to Darje village [….]

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PROGRESSING SLOWLY

Each day the view from our tent is becoming more and more hazy from the smoke. Today is another Government holiday, if they reduced the holidays in Nepal the country would be in a better financial position. Today we decided with the Principsl that the children on their day off have a working bee, by collecting all the rubbish on [….]

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Nepal – travelling with purpose

Spectacular mountain scenery, picturesque villages and diverse culture, together with a network of superb trekking trails is what makes Nepal so irresistible and keeps people coming back year after year. Travel guide LYN TAYLOR, shares why every woman needs to take time out to undertake the adventure of their lifetime. The city of Kathmandu offers travellers a cultural diversity experience [….]

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NEPAL ADVENTURE

Namaste one and all For those of you unfamiliar with the term -“Hello”- this missive comes to you from the top of the world (sort of), it is now 9pm and we have been in Nepal for 3 days and I am at a loss for where to begin. This is a country unlike anywhere I have been so far [….]

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NEPAL

Thursday 31st March 6 adventurous women set out on Thai Airways flight to Nepal the tiny Himalayan country wedged between India and China. One overnight in Bangkok and the following day we then boarded our Thai flight to Kathmandu duration time 3 hours 15 minutes. Approaching Nepal the weather was clear and we glimpsed Everest standing at an awesome 8840 [….]

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