It’s that moment when you suck on your CamelBak tube….. it gurgles, dispenses a few bubbles on your parched tongue and suddenly you’re faced with the dilemma of dehydration or drinking your own wee.
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It’s taken me a while to absorb my trip to Afghanistan trekking through the high altitude Wakhan Corridor, which once formed a arduous section of the 4,000 mile silk route. Few have ventured into this cutoff corner of the world where little has changed in a thousand years. The blissful feeling of flopping on a mattress at the […]
Travel is a great teacher as the saying goes…. Mount Chiang Dao was the first mountain I climbed in a hot country. It taught me some important travel and life lessons that have stayed with me. LESSON ONE: Trust the Local Knowledge I admit to having doubts about our Jungle trek climb up 7,365 foot Mount Chiang Dao when our two […]