A glimpse of November

At around this time last year, I was writing about settling into my new home and my new job. Well I guess that’s what I’m writing about again here although quite a different job and quite a different home, at least Monday

A glimpse of November

At around this time last year, I was writing about settling into my new home and my new job. Well I guess that’s what I’m writing about again here although quite a different job and quite a different home, at least Monday

Annapurna Base Camp – finally a trek!

Mid-October, the Dashain holiday, time to finally get myself up into the beautiful Himalaya and complete my first true trek. First genius move; left my camera on the bus to Pokhara. So, all photos are limited to only having my ‘extremely

Annapurna Base Camp – finally a trek!

Mid-October, the Dashain holiday, time to finally get myself up into the beautiful Himalaya and complete my first true trek. First genius move; left my camera on the bus to Pokhara. So, all photos are limited to only having my ‘extremely

Helambu warm up (part 2)

Helambu is quite different to the other areas of Sindhupalchok that I have had the chance to visit in particular in terms of ethnic make up and subsequent cultural traditions. The communities are largely Sherpa and we were informed some 99.9%

Helambu warm up (part 2)

Helambu is quite different to the other areas of Sindhupalchok that I have had the chance to visit in particular in terms of ethnic make up and subsequent cultural traditions. The communities are largely Sherpa and we were informed some 99.9%

Helambu warm up (part 1)

For the last weekend in September (as I said, I’m a little bit behind on posts!?), I took advantage of the UN-OCHA team’s last weekend in the district to join them on a small two day trek up into the northern

Helambu warm up (part 1)

For the last weekend in September (as I said, I’m a little bit behind on posts!?), I took advantage of the UN-OCHA team’s last weekend in the district to join them on a small two day trek up into the northern

Where are we now?

So, where are we now? It’s mid-November, more than 6 months have passed since the earthquake. The evenings are drawing in and the first snows have fallen at higher altitudes. Since I wrote in mid-October work has continued though things

Where are we now?

So, where are we now? It’s mid-November, more than 6 months have passed since the earthquake. The evenings are drawing in and the first snows have fallen at higher altitudes. Since I wrote in mid-October work has continued though things

My Tihar ‘staycation’

In the blink of an eye almost another month has flown by since my last post and as ever it’s been action packed. There are therefore a whole backlog of posts I owe you all but I’ve decided to post them progressing

My Tihar ‘staycation’

In the blink of an eye almost another month has flown by since my last post and as ever it’s been action packed. There are therefore a whole backlog of posts I owe you all but I’ve decided to post them progressing

People, resilience, life carrying on…

It’s been an extremely busy month since my last post but unfortunately I do not have time to explain in detail so with just a few words I’ll have to let the pictures do the talking to keep you up to date.

People, resilience, life carrying on…

It’s been an extremely busy month since my last post but unfortunately I do not have time to explain in detail so with just a few words I’ll have to let the pictures do the talking to keep you up to date.