A Colourful Journey

CIMG2328It is that time of year again when I begin to think about our Colourful Journey in November.  Bishnu and I have never advertised as such and so far, nearly all the travellers have come because they’ve liked what they’ve heard from past trippers!  The right people always seem to come.  Each group has been special.  And no two journeys have been the same.

And from this point on I had a post already written and was just going to addDSCN2791 photos. But then I received an email from one of last year’s travellers that made me think Shut up Wendy and let some one else say something! So I will:

…although I had been to Nepal many times, this was the most exhilarating experience. I travelled with interesting women, who shared their lives Exif_JPEG_PICTUREwith each other, found out what fascinates them and keeps them going. Their vitality, their tolerance and humour rubbed off and I gained new insights and understanding. I had fun, found a new sense freedom and achievement, and realised that age is not a barrier to new opportunities.
Then there was the journey itself. It was certainly a most colourful journey, the colours of the landscape, the brightness of the clothing and the opportunity to meet Nepali people was a unique feature of this trip.
This trip took us out of Kathmandu and helped us appreciate some of theDSCN2950 difficulties the terrain itself presents and the resourcefulness of many
inhabitants...
If you think this sounds like it could be your sort of trip, get in touch with me now! You can read more about the trip here and here. If you think you know someone who would love this trip, send them this post!

(Thanks to Carol and someone from 2012-could even be me-for photos!)

 

 

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4 thoughts on “A Colourful Journey

  1. Pamela Parr

    I agree although I have also travelled many times to Nepal it was a wonderful trip,just waiting for colourful journey 2 to be organized ! ! !

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    1. Wendy Moore

      We are working on it Pam! So many options. I would want to do some reconnoitring first but gosh….that would be fun! I thought it was so wonderful that even with your familiarity with Nepal, you still had a ball. Something to do with your openness to new things I think!

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  2. Deb Hunt

    What a great trip. I did the colourful journey with Wendy in 2012 and it was one of the most exhilarating, rewarding holidays I’ve ever taken. One word – go!

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