The Annapurna circuit – 220km and three weeks later I have completed the most physically demanding yet rewarding experience which I will treasure for ever. Through desert, dust, snow and rain I walked. Passing tiny remote villages, climbing 5416m and appreciating the raw nature of the Himalayas. Removed from the world of technology and the … More The Annapurna Circuit
Catching up on the last 2 weeks of my Indian journey now, I have fallen behind on my blogging due to a mad eager rush to get to Nepal for some trekking. So here goes my best re-accounts of Rishikesh and Dharamsala… I spent a total of 3 weeks amongst the spiritual vibes of … More Northern Weirdness
I headed to Nepal for 5 days after the tour finished, hoping to head form Kathmandu to Pokhara to paraglide and do some trekking. Unfortunately I came down with the flu and this adventure trip turned into spending 5 nights in a Kathmandu hostel. The city of Kathmandu is still in stages of re-development following … More Happy Holi!
Agra – a shit city with an amazing monument. Packed full of tourists as I was expecting this city wasn’t high on my list. The Taj Mahal being the solo reason 15,000 tourists flock through the gates every day. The monument was fairly impressive; we headed there before sunrise in an effort to … More Venturing East
India Is filled with surprises, each new place I visit had something to give whether it be a regional dish or an amazing local you meet along the way, something always appears and I look forward to what will creep up next. Today I stepped out onto the streets of Jaipur into a wedding procession … More Rajasthani Love
India has completely blown my mind. It is insanely different to anywhere else I have travelled and boy do I love it! The food is delectable, the people are incredible and the driving is absolutely nuts! India I love you! Let me start with Delhi – there is so much happening at once … More I got some Curry
I have been talking about wanting to go to India for over a year now. My passion to travel and experience this country with a culture almost polar opposite to what I am used to has hit its peak. For this trip, I have left Australia on my own baring a one-way ticket. I have … More India Bound