Himalayan Highs

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November 17th 2007
Published: November 20th 2007
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"I know your dad. He owns a 200m rope & I did some work on his house in exchange for a pair of trousers" I was very embarassed about the latter. If there's anyone who can get a good deal it's my dad. After spotting a New Zealand passport I enquired in the hometown of the stranger. When he replied with Nelson I couldn't help but crack up. What a co-incidence! The strange man ended up being Tony Ste... Read Full Entry

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Drying gear out after a failed attempt at EverestDrying gear out after a failed attempt at Everest
Drying gear out after a failed attempt at Everest

The Thai autumn expedition had to turn back just 350m from the summit due to bad weather
The Cho La PassThe Cho La Pass
The Cho La Pass

With the Stephens family (and Rachel, the token pom)
Looking back on Ama DablanLooking back on Ama Dablan
Looking back on Ama Dablan

(from the porters road)

21st November 2007

I want to go there too!! Do you think a Himalayan trek would cure my 30-year vegetarianism? You are a tough cookie, no doubt about it....tough enough to be my porter in the next year or two? We need to talk about it! Janine
21st November 2007

You've been saying that since I was about 10 or 11 - the age I was strong enough to carry you, If I remember rightly! Sure. But I'm expensive. You have to pay for my flights, food, accommodation and a bonus of $5 per day for the joy of my company. It's a deal.
22nd November 2007

Man o man
Dalkara that whole story was absolutely amazing! I cant believe all you have just achieved - well i can and I'm so impressed! You are one incredible girl. I cant wait to catch up and hear your stories when you return. Laters xo
24th November 2007

Hey dulkara nice pictures i see you do it well and have fun i'm jealous

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