Everest Base Camp:  Where I stayed?

As some of my blog readers may I have seen and read, I visited Nepal and trekked to Base Camp of Mount Everest in December 2017.  Today my post documents where I stayed and the type of facilities that the teahouse provided. If you missed my FAQ’s post, you may pick it up here General comments and tips for all types of accommodation Carry your own pillowcase; You will also need to carry your own bath gel/soap and quick dry towels; Sleep with a hat on and try not to sleep with your head facing a window (especially in winter)  The […]

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FAQ’s – Solo Female Trek to Everest Base Camp

In December 2017, I completed a solo trek to Everest Base Camp.  While planning my trip, I found that blog articles and travel forums on this subject was the most useful and informative source of information.  Now that I made it to the top and back, I share with you some answers to your FAQ’s. Did you climb Mount Everest? No, I trekked to Everest Base Camp.  Everest Base Camp is at an altitude of 5364m above sea level.  It does not entail mountaineering at all.  The entire path to Everest Base Camp can be done on foot.  Everest Base […]

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Pokhara Travel Guide

Pokhara is situated in Central Nepal.  It is a lakeside town with a relaxed, holiday feel.  Here, I share with you my Pokhara Travel Guide.  I hope this will assist in your holiday preparations. My visit was in December 2017 for 3 nights.  I took a flight from Katmandu to Pokhara which is approximately 30 minutes long. Flights: The cost of the flights were as follows: Katmandu to Pokhara on Simrik Air – 8900 NPR.  I booked this flight through a local agent in Katmandu while I was in the city.  It is worth booking when you are in Nepal.  […]

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2018 Dreams, Wishes and Goals

Happy 2018!  Dreams, Wishes and Goals.  What are yours? A new year, a clean slate and time for change, smiles and improvements. Here are my thoughts!  See my bucket list for my dreams, wishes and goals. Be intentional about setting goals.  Write them down and share them with those you trust.  They will keep you accountable. Don’t be afraid to dream big! Have a break!  Rest is so important for us all. Exercise – run, cycle, yoga, boxing.  It is a stress reliever and keeps your body healthy. Take care of your emotional state.  If you battling with emotional issues […]

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Tash Runs – Catch Me If You Can (CMIYC)

CMIYC

Now now, it is not because I run so fast that you got to Catch Me If You Can.  If you are a female between the ages of 18-65 and would like to join a safe and fun running group of ladies in your area, then why not join Catch Me If You Can (CMIYC). CMIYC can be found across the major cities in South Africa.  Each group has a group leader for that specific area that schedules the runs, the routes and the distance.  Don’t be intimidated to start running with a CMIYC group.  Go out there, make the […]

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