Follow my adventures with my clients to Nepal, Bhutan, Antarctica, South America, Bali and beyond.

Adventure tours

Bhutan Adventure Travel

Like minded people travel to Bhutan. People who want to learn more about the culture, the people, the religion and nature of a unique part of the world. Bhutan is a blend of traditional and modern. Everyone a mobile (including monks!). A large proportion of the population have cars (even though the roads are narrow, windy and under construction, leading [….]

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Bali trekking

Girls on the go in Bali

The girls are enjoying hiking to the village of Muntigunung situated high in the mountains and on the slopes of the holy Gunung  Agung.. The hike began with a stunning sunrise over the lakeside village of Songan. From Songan we trekked through wild vegetation to the villages nestled along the hillside. Accompanied by an experienced local guide and villagers, we [….]

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Rajasthan India

Women Single Travelling in India

Last month, Bestway’s Communications and Outreach coordinator Kierra Jones had the chance to embark on a tour to one of our most popular destinations—India. Her verdict? If you’ve never been to India before, book your plane ticket immediately! Read on for her thoughts on why: Even as a seasoned traveller, when I first learned that I would be going to [….]

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Portuguese Way

I am loving walking the Camino on the Portuguese Way, Today was up over the hills, all went well, the whole walk has such beautiful country side. The accommodation has been great, it’s been so lovely & convenient. Tonight we go by shuttle to have a Portuguese dinner in the village. I enjoyed another great walk today to Barcelos, & [….]

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Famous Farm Nepal

Relax in Nepal

I am now on my last few days in Nepal, catching up with friends, and checking out new destinations for my clients, one in particular that I am impressed with is The Famous Farm located 4 hours drive north of Kathmandu. Now think of a farm on a terraced hillside, of an ancient fortress and citadel of terracotta tiled roofs [….]

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Welcome sight Nepal

The highs and lows trekking in Nepal

There are more moments in a trekking holiday, like any other vacation, that seem to get glossed over in the adventure afterglow. After a couple of sweaty days on the trail, one seems to wonder, for instance, if showering is all that important after all, or feeling the pain of a new gluteal muscle every couple of hours was really [….]

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