<- Previous | NZ | Next -> Registration A week prior to our flight to New Zealand, I checked the three days weather forecast for Auckland: rain, rain, and rain. Then I checked Queenstown, again it was rain, rain and rain. Since Milford region is known to be among the wettest in New Zealand, I…
Peru’s Cordillera Huayhuash (pronounced “why wash”) Circuit is one of the most gorgeous treks in the world. For years I had pictured myself in front of these turquoise glacial melt lakes and jagged snow capped peaks soaring…
Last week, Tricia and I took a 3 days 2 nights camping trip in Coyote Gulch in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. We were blown away by the unique landscape every step of the way in this park. I hope my photos come close to showcase its breathtaking natural beauty.
I don’t recognize much of this city anymore- its streets, its skyline, and its people have all transformed while I was away. But I recognize this feeling in me and the accent, a distinctive type of flat-toned sichuanese dialect with a laid-back speech pattern and drawn out vowels that are uniquely Chengduren….
Day 8 marks the highest point we reached in our trek: 18,514 feet or 5,644m. Say hi to Everest!
Our toughest day on this trek. It was a bit scary at times. I am thankful to have gone through it safely and get to blog about the experience.
Wondering what you are missing in your backpack before heading out to EBC? Make sure you check this list.
It is such an exhilarating experience trekking in Nepal. Let me start on our initial plans and some logistics of this trip.