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    Travel Diary: Nepal

    September 20, 2015

    Our time in Nepal started a little slower than anticipated as when we arrived we discovered the whole town was on strike created by the pro Hindu activists. But apparently strikes in Nepal are very common and often scheduled, resulting in many weekends with everything shut down from stores to transport. This gave our team the chance to settle in to the new base and explore the surroundings a little. We were thoroughly impressed from day 1 as we wandered along the rugged, rural paths with the mountains towering overhead and small villages spotting the horizon.

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    Travel Diary: Turkey

    A few months ago when I found out Turkey was one of our countries I was over the moon excited. This country has always fascinated me with the culture, the architecture and the amazing…

    August 26, 2015
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    Travel Diary: Colombia

    Leaving Denver was a mix of sadness, saying goodbye to all the friends we’d made over the last few months but also complete excitement for what was to come. 6 countries in 11 weeks…

    August 12, 2015
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    Travel Diary: Denver, Colorado

    It’s been a long two weeks here in Denver and I can barely believe this adventure has already begun. It feels like just yesterday that I sent in my application and now here I…

    May 14, 2015
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    “If it scares you, it might be something good to try” Seth Godin This quote is one that really sums up how I am feeling at the moment with my 5 month’s journey away…

    May 4, 2015
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    Travel Diary: New Zealand Pt 2

    Following on form {part 1}  of my New Zealand holiday, we continued our journey from the North to the South. One of our first little stops along the way was the Ohau waterfall where…

    February 10, 2015
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    Travel Diary: New Zealand Pt 1

    Though I’ve been to New Zealand a few times, nothing compares to the recent trip I took in December/January that allowed me to see the country for its true magnificence. The expansive mountain ranges…

    January 11, 2015