Nepal is an incredibly beautiful country. It's majestic mountains, friendly people and interesting culture, all make it an appealing country to travel to. However, it's also incredibly fragile, with melting glaciers, overcrowded hiking trails, pervasive poverty and unmanageable waste. Since 1964 when the first commercial trek was undertaken in Nepal, the tourism industry has slowly … Continue reading Responsible travel guide to Nepal
Known as one of the most popular and beautiful treks in Ladakh, I decided to hike the Markha Valley during my time in Leh. Popular because it's easily accessible, the trail is not difficult to navigate and it's one of the few multiday treks in the region that can be done entirely with homestays, rather … Continue reading Trek report: Markha Valley
A collection of photos I took during a trip to Bhutan in May 2019.
A trek report for hiking the Langtang Valley in Nepal solo, one of the original trekking destinations in the Himalayas. It includes my day-by-day experience on the trail and the nitty-gritty details of organising it, plus a video.
Despite what people say about it, Kathmandu deserves more of your patience, love and time. The chaotic streets, traditional architecture, friendly locals and delicious food makes it one of my favourite cities in Asia. This is my experience in the city, including a guide to exploring it for yourself.
I’ll just be honest, I wasn’t super keen to go to Bangkok. I usually prefer to steer clear of the tourist-oriented places and the perception I had of Bangkok as a cringey, tourist mecca was practically my worst nightmare. However, to get to Myanmar from Melbourne it was far cheaper for me to fly to … Continue reading How Bangkok proved me wrong
Some of my most memorable Indian meals and how I got addicted to chai.