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  • Sorry for the trady reply Bridgee and thanks again for looking at our site! The box game is hilarious, you would win it by a mile I reckon!!! I got done to a coin but failed on that….
    Hope you are looking forward to seeing Liss and Leonie in a day or so(?). I know they are pumped! It might also be a day where they dont spend up a storm in the shops too which is always good!!
    Big Hi to Carl for me, I hope he is loving his (well not so new) job!!! Oh to yor georgous Mirabelle, funniest kid ever!

  • Bronwynkett:

    Wow deffintely looks like tourism is pretty quite there at the moment going by your photos, the two times I went, there were tourists galore and you couldnt help but get several dozen of them in the back ground of your photos, very evident the effects of the revolution.  Looks like you guys are still having a blast, great to see 🙂

  • Bronwynkett:

    Yet again another great blog and pics, such a shame though that you only had two days in Jordan and didn't get to see Petra in the daylight the most fantastic place ever, Jordan is one of the best middle eastern countries I've been to so much diversity with things to see and do, maybe your get to see the rest of it on a another trip ah, safe travels x

  • Anton Feely:

    Hey mate this is great stuff! I'm on to it late after my bro just passed on the link. Very timely as looking to book an African safari soon!  Keep it up – Anton

  • National Parks in India:


    National Parks in India



    Cultural tourism includes tourism in
    different area of India  particularly historic or large
    cities and their cultural facilities such as museums and theaters.Heritage
    tourism is a branch of tourism oriented towards the cultural heritage of the
    location where tourism is occurring.But I think cultural and heritage tourism
    have same meaning.

    It’s so good article
    but I’d really like to be a part of community where I can get responses from
    other experienced people that share the same interest.




  • helen pyman:

    Welcome home Pete and Liss (good aren’t I). Love all the photos and Videos. You two have had the best experiences together. Lovely to see you making the very most of our beautiful world. Catch up soon. Love always Helen, Fethers, Little one, Minnie mum. x x

  • Sanjib Adikhari ist recomended 2010 by German trekkers Sabine and Frank from Berlin
    ultimate compliment for Sanjib came from fellow trekkers we met along
    the way who remarked how lucky we were to have a guide so personable,
    knowledgeable and dedicated to us and our experience. We could not have
    agreed with them more. *We did a 21 day Annapurna circuit, Annapurna
    base camp trek and Langtang Valley trek and having never trekked this
    length before, we were both novices. It is without a doubt, that had
    our guide been anyone other than Sanjib, we would not have had nearly
    the rich, authentic and thoroughly enjoyable experience we did. When
    trekkingwith Sanjib we enjoyed:*
    honest, knowledgeable and sincere discussions regarding anything from
    Nepal’s history and current politics, local religions and culture
    history, to geography natural landscape and all Mountains Name* a sensitivity and sensibility to allow a good balance between conversation and respecting an
    individual or couple’s need for privacy * over 9 years of trekking guide experience* a respect for an individual’s desired pace and physical condition
    * an intimate knowledge of the best accommodations, tea stops and
    places of interest along the way, according to our own individual
    We would highly recommend any potential trekker in Nepal to enlist the
    services of Sanjib Adhikari. It is without a doubt that you will be
    richly rewarded if you do so Trek in Nepal his contact address is: and his website : 

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    Silvana Pagani from Italy wrote in 2011: “My friend Sanjib Adhikari, Nepalse Guide
    Silvana Pagani from Italy wrote in 2011 about my experience in Nepal and recommends as guide, Sanjib Adhikari.

    This year at the end of february i went in Nepal for 18 days for the
    second time and i did a small trekking in the Annapurna region, I went
    to visit Pokhara, Kathmandu, Bakthapur and Nagarkot and I saw the
    National Park of Chitwan and in this trip I had the pleasure to meet
    Sanjib Adhikari.
    He is an independent trekking guide and tour operator in Nepal and he has already obtained
    trekking guide license from the ministry of tourism, government of Nepal.
    his work Sanjib is a person very responsible and serious, very helpful
    and attentive to his customers, he knows very well the mountain because
    he has many years of experience and is also an excellent guide for
    visiting the cities.

    He is someone very competent in his work and always ready to find the
    best solution, if necessary and speaks English very well.During the
    trekking and the tours he will tell you many interesting things about
    culture, about life in the villages, mountains, history and traditions
    in Nepal.
    best thing is that Sanjib loves his country very much and loves his
    work and always manages to convey all his enthusiasm with simple ways
    and always with the smile. He is a very nice person and is always
    attentive to the needs of his customers. Sanjib is also very funny and
    after this experience we became a very good friend. Next year at the
    end of January I will return for the third time in Nepal and Sanjib
    will be again my guide. 

    For these reasons I am very glad to report all references of Sanjib

  • Recently we returned from a four-day trek with a friend in the Annapurna Himalayan range. Boasting spectacular scenery, rugged terrain and extremely welcoming locals, I’ve never visited another place on earth like Annapurna.
    Helping us get the most out of our trek was our friendly and knowledgeable guide Sanjib Adhikari, a specialist trekking guide and expedition organizer based in Thamel, the bustling heart of Kathmandu. He skillfully guided us across treacherous mountain passes, pointed out the rich variety of flora we passed and, in the evening after hiking, served our meals and played cards with us.
    Knowing that there are quite a few other less capable and experienced guides than Sanjib, I’d certainly recommend him to other trekkers. His website is:

    Written Oct 26, 2010

    Address: Annapurna Range

    Phone: 977+9841613822


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  • Alltreknepal:

    David William recomends Kamal in 2010:
    Our trekking with kamal was more than an
    amazing experience and kamal is more than a wonderful guide. He will
    help you choose the best trek for you, by
    taking into account your interests as
    well as your physical condition. He will show you all the hidden
    beauties which characterize Nepal and its mountains.
    Consequently, at the end of your trek,
    you will recognize all the plants, trees and animals and will have
    incredible experiences to tell your friends.
    Thanks to kamal, we have been able to
    experience few evenings among native Nepalese people with whom we have
    shared a glass of the local alcohol and food.
    We recommend you to get kamal help if
    you are planning to trek in Nepal, as he is the best! His web site , his Email is

    David William

  • Emily Mcewan:

    hi! i love the photos, i went to Brugge this year and am desperately trying to find out the name of that tea pot shop! i took a photo of the name but it was on my phone and have since lost data can anyone help me please!!!

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