I – All quiet on the Eastern front

Hi all! It’s been quite a while since I’ve written anything, and the blame for that rests fully on Thailand’s shoulders. Life here offers too many distractions, and with life going on 24/7 there was surprisingly little time to write. What’s also surprising is how Western Thailand is in many ways. So much so in fact that I sometimes felt it was too easy, too … Continue reading I – All quiet on the Eastern front

A flatlander in the mountains: would that ever work?

After yesterday’s false start the hard work of 18 days trekking can finally start. We are walking a long loop through the Everest region, ascending and descending over three high passes: Kongma La (5460m), Cho La (5350m) and Renjo La (5200m). In between we will climb some smaller peaks of around 4000m to 5300m, partly for views and partly for acclimatisation. The trip can be … Continue reading A flatlander in the mountains: would that ever work?