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Post-Trek Relaxation and Goodbyes

At the end of our trek, we arrived in Pokhara, the lakeside town that caters to trekkers of all budgets and their need to relax (or jump off mountains strapped to parachutes if that is your thing). We opted for the relaxation, and managed to score three rooms at Hotel Nirvana where Rob and I had…

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Week 3 – Annapurna Circuit

Week 3: 1st October – 8th October 2014 Our final week had a very different pace and style to the ones before it, and I wrote less and less, the further we got, so more here (in particular the last four days) is from my memory rather than notes. To compensate, we took far more…

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Week 2 – Annapurna Circuit

Week 2: 24th September – 30th September 2014 Week one was all about getting into the swing of the trek routine, getting high enough and used to all the aches and pains that come with trekking and carrying your home on your back. By week two we were all a little more comfortable walking, which…

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We are back!

Apologies for the month long absence but we have been travelling around New Zealand and setting up home in Wellington. We’ve found an amazing flat and Rob has started work already. Now we are connected to the internet I’ll be updating the site with the rest of our trek adventures and a catch up of…

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Week 1 – Annapurna Circuit

Week one: 17th September – 23rd September 2014. These are going to be crazy long posts, even after I split it into three weekly segments. Everything is written up from my handwritten journal notes that I made as we were going. When I was planning the trek, other blogs were invaluable for getting an idea of times and…