Tag Archives: Nepal

The Trek of Your Life*

*with gratitude to Sydney Frymire for use of TTOYL as my title for this post! Guest post by: Susie Sutherland I returned two weeks ago from my month long trip to Nepal. The experience – deep and wide – has … Continue reading

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Headed to the Himalaya

Guest post: Susie Sutherland A quick post this evening. I spent the day on a plane from San Francisco to D.C., and tomorrow my mother, Carol, and I will fly from DC via Dubai to Kathmandu, Nepal. We are going … Continue reading

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Update from the Trek: Doha, Qatar

As always, I’m excited to be returning to Nepal. This year there are two groups trekking with me  and 10% of the trips’ costs will be donated to charities in Nepal. This flipagram my daughter made for me from our trip last … Continue reading

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Time to Get Ready to Go!

Our itinerary is finalized. Like last year, volunteering is optional. The hiking is optional this year as a few people have indicated an interest in learning more about the culture and other activities. We are looking forward to hearing from … Continue reading

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London to Bangkok

<< previous                                                                                                     next >> BANGKOK, THAILAND, Oct. 19, 2011 — The 7 hour flight to London was really rough. Once in London, however, I had the chance to visit Wimbledon and spent two nights with friends I haven’t seen for 20 … Continue reading

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