Archive for the 'Nepal' Category

Major Earthquake Devastates Nepal – How to help

Sunday, April 26th, 2015
Kathmandu city earthquake

Devastation hits Kathmandu to an extreme By now many people are waking up to the news about the major 7.9 brute force Earthquake that has caused massive destruction in the Kathmandu Valley and throughout central Nepal. I’m writing this knowing I have located all but two of my friends. I am hoping one of the missing… Continue reading more »

Introducing the best guidebook to the Kathmandu Valley

Wednesday, March 25th, 2015
Kathmandu Valley Guidebook cover

 The evolution of travel guidebooks continues The latest edition to my Nepal guidebooks has arrived. My quest to deliver something new, helpful and special to the guidebook scene in Nepal has a new entry. Unlike my guidebook to Kathmandu city, this new guidebook is for the entire region. There is no other place like the… Continue reading more »

Introducing the best guidebook to Kathmandu city

Wednesday, January 14th, 2015
Kathmandu city guidebook

Welcome to the evolution of travel guidebooks Last year I began publishing guidebooks to Nepal because I truly wanted to deliver something that would help people get the most out of their trip. And quite frankly, the current crop of guidebooks to Nepal are just not up to scratch. Nepal is a very different country to say… Continue reading more »

Girl on horseback in the Nepalese mountains

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014
Nepalese Women with horses - Nepal

Riding into the mountains of Nepal My guide and I were coming back from the Annapurna Circuit in the dead of winter when we came across these tough ladies and their horses. The young girl riding the white horse was joining them on the long journey back home. The story behind this photograph Towards the… Continue reading more »

The smiling man of Bhaktapur

Saturday, December 20th, 2014
Smiling man from Bhaktapur

An old man with a smile in Bhaktapur Nepal Bhaktapur is probably my favourite old city in Nepal. It lacks the pollution and traffic congestion of Kathmandu and is filled with temples and little streets. Perhaps it’s biggest draw are the people that live in the old town. They are brimming with character. The story… Continue reading more »

Blizzard Kills Trekkers on the Annapurna Trek in Nepal: updated

Thursday, October 16th, 2014
Thorong La Pass on the Annapurna Circuit Nepal

Trekkers die on the way down from Thorong La Pass on the Annapurna Circuit The past 24 hours has had tragic news coming out of Nepal. 20 30 39 trekkers have so far been reported dead in an unexpected blizzard that hit the popular Annapurna mountain range on Tuesday. I’ve been in constant with people I know… Continue reading more »

Tips on how to leave from Kathmandu airport

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
Looking out an airplane window at Kathmandu_resize_resize

Surely it’s not that hard to leave Nepal? If you read my article/help guide on how to survive arriving into Kathmandu airport and did indeed survive you might think leaving would be easy. I don’t blame you. So did I. More than once. The answer is of course it’s a lot harder to fly out… Continue reading more »