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Anonymous
Fri, 10/02/2009 - 11:05

Chris and I are looking forward to this trip. This will be my first trip to Nepal but Chris was there 3 years ago.He went to Everest Base camp with Exodus, but that would be too hard for me.We have just done 4 days walking in Yorkshire to try to get me ready for the treking.We would like to hear from anyone on our trip. Mary

Anonymous
Sun, 11/08/2009 - 18:28

Hi Chris and Mary,

I'm also going on this trip and looking forward to some excellent mountain views. My level of fitness is not what it should be, so I may well be the one plodding along at the back!

Ann

Anonymous
Sun, 11/15/2009 - 15:20

Hi Ann

We look forward to meeting you next week. We are not on the group flight from London,we are coming from Manchester so will meet you all at the hotel. I may well be joining you at the back. See you soon, Mary

Anonymous
Tue, 11/17/2009 - 21:04

Hi all,

Getting very excited about the trip now.  My dad and I are travelling together and we are travelling from Manchester too!

See you all soon.

Zahra

Anonymous
Tue, 11/17/2009 - 21:04

Hi all,

Getting very excited about the trip now.  My dad and I are travelling together and we are travelling from Manchester too!

See you all soon.

Zahra

Anonymous
Wed, 11/18/2009 - 12:13

Looks as if our trip is going to be a real luxury.Have spoken to Sharmil at Exodus. Some information might be helpful to you.

  • Electric plugs 2 pin INTERNATION [ Europeon two pin are different].
  • When we go for rafting our camera and money etc. will be looked after by team leader. TOWEL can be borrowed from lodge. Water is cool but refreshing
  • Take some antibacterial wet wipes to use before eating and freshening face.
  • Sandles with back strap for rafing and evening use in lodges.
  • 10 L day pack should be sufficient. Take some plasters and first aid things.
  • Can pay for visa in$ ,£ and in rupees.
  • Take some snacks bars
  • Lodges have washing facilities so we can wash our quick drying under clothes using travel wash

I am taking a light weight silk sleeping bag liner to use when camping, some tea shirts and a quick drying full sleeve shirt. One mountain P cap with thermal cover for ears, one thin fleece cap and a hat with large rim in case it is really sunny.

What about you, any tips? Do you suggest any other items?

Masud

 

Anonymous
Thu, 11/19/2009 - 19:22

Thanks for passing on the info. I am now going to reconsider my plan to dump the snack bars!  Trying to pack everything within the weight limit is not easy for someone who comes from the ' everything but the kitchen sink ' camp !

Ann

Anonymous
Fri, 11/20/2009 - 14:47

Hi Zahra, We will look out for you  and your father at Manchester airport and at Doha. Look out for our rucksacs and walking boots that we will have on. Regards Mary and Chris

Anonymous
Sat, 11/21/2009 - 09:58

We should be easy to spot. We'll have the exodus bags!  Got a busy day packing today.

 Looking forward to meeting you all soon.

 Regards,

Zahra

Anonymous
Sat, 11/21/2009 - 09:58

We should be easy to spot. We'll have the exodus bags!  Got a busy day packing today.

 Looking forward to meeting you all soon.

 Regards,

Zahra

Anonymous
Sat, 11/21/2009 - 12:55

Pencils, crayons, biro pens and note pads are always appreciated by small school children.

New.old, used and even from Pound shop will do. 

Anonymous
Sat, 11/21/2009 - 13:00

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