Jiri to Everest Base Camp… My Top 5 Tips to making it happen.

Who here is guilty of sitting on an idea? Thinking..."hmm I really want to, but should I? Shouldn't I?" We all do it, there's no shame in it. I'm not writing this post to tell you to get up and get going (although you totally should...this trip is awesome!), I'm writing it simply to share with…Read more Jiri to Everest Base Camp… My Top 5 Tips to making it happen.

Jiri to Everest Base Camp…What’s It Really Like? (Part 2)

So here I was, about to embark on the rest of my journey. The bit where I get to test myself further, the cold, the altitude, the terrain. The bit where I actually get to be as up, close and personal to Everest as I possibly can (without climbing her that is...but that's for another day…Read more Jiri to Everest Base Camp…What’s It Really Like? (Part 2)

Jiri to Everest Base Camp…What’s It Really Like? (Part 1)

Hi, I'm Jenni. Last year I walked from Jiri to Everest Base Camp and back down to Lukla. I did this with just myself and a guide that I had hired. Being new to trekking I hadn't quite fancied the idea of taking a wrong turn somewhere in the mountains never to be seen again (totally…Read more Jiri to Everest Base Camp…What’s It Really Like? (Part 1)

Snaps of Mardi Himal

A fairly new trail in the Annapurna region, so still slightly off the beaten track...just what I like 🙂 I decided to do this as a last minute trek a week after I'd finished EBC and I'm really glad that I did. Completely different to the Khumbu region this is a lot softer and I…Read more Snaps of Mardi Himal

Some Pics of my time hiking to Everest Base Camp

Sometimes there simply are no words. So maybe some pictures will help to understand just what it's like when walking amongst some of the worlds highest peaks.... Enjoy 🙂 From Jiri to the starting line: I had time on my hands and a dream to walk throughout the mountains to fulfill. So instead of flying…Read more Some Pics of my time hiking to Everest Base Camp

A Trek with Zostel

With 17 hostels under it's belt, 'Zostel', is India's first chain of branded hostels located throughout the subcontinent. So far I have stayed in five of them, Jaipur, Varanasi, Agra, Delhi, and most recently, and the one I want to talk to you about today, is Zostel in Bir. I'll be honest and tell you that…Read more A Trek with Zostel