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To Bhutan

Tomorrow will be my last day in Nepal, continuing east  will cross into the Indian state of Bengal before entering Bhutan. In my month traveling Nepal I have really gotten to enjoy the company of many kind individuals and have spent days traveling in the remote Himalayas. 276 more words

What Makes a Natural Wonder?

I think it might be the “WOW” factor.

The seven “official” natural wonders are: Mt. Everest, Harbor of Rio de Janeiro, The Great Barrier Reef, Paricutin (Volcano in Mexico), Victoria Falls, The Grand Canyon, and the Aurora Borealis. 165 more words


Book review: The Power of a Cautionary Tale

Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer

During our recent hiking trip though the Julian Alps I was amazed by the sheer beauty of rock. I have been an avid hiker and trekker as well as an occasional scrambler for about five years now, but walking on small ledges, climbing short rock routes and the very sense of accomplishment reaching a high vantage point gave me, has kindled my interest in alpine mountaineering. 789 more words

Writing and Breathing

Writing often comes to me as easy as breathing, though sometimes it feels as if I’m breathing at the top of Mount Everest.

With Love,


City Tour: Darjeeling, West Bengal, India

Darjeeling is a northern Indian hub of culture sitting near the borders of China, Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan. The village’s unique location, hidden up in the Himalayan mountains, provides for a cultural emersion like no other. 1,274 more words


My 5 Ultimate Destinations

I recently read a blog post by an old friend Ellie (http://www.eleanorgraceful.com/2016/09/13-places-id-love-to-visit.html) highlighting 13 places she really wanted to visit. It struck a chord, I have a bucket list which I do attempt to complete but I end up adding more than I cross off. 640 more words

World’s most challenging airports –Paro Airport.

It is believed that Bhutan was inhabited as early as 2000 B.C. due to the presence of early stone implements discovered in the region. The tiny kingdom of Bhutan shares with Nepal the world’s greatest concentration of mountains and living heritage of Buddhism. 349 more words

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