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Old 04-14-2006, 10:35 AM   #1
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Hi

I went to Mera Peak, the highest trekking peak in the Himalaya, in October/November 2005, and I decided to put my detailed diary and photographs out on the web for fellow travellers to see.

My url is www.ifield.me.uk then click on the Mera Peak link. I'm still working on it but I hope you enjoy it and come back again to view it when its finally finished.

Nepal is a wonderful country to visit and meet the people.
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Nice! Thanks for the link. I'm heading to Sikkim in the fall so I'll definitely check it out. And welcome to the boards!
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Wow, looks absolutely amazing! I'd love to go to Nepal!
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The fact that you did the treck at 50 something makes it even more inspiring ! So thank you !

I agree, Nepal is a wonderful country. I stayed there a few months, and also ate at the Third Eye restaurant. Reading your story and seeing the pictures brings back good memories...
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Thanks for sharing ifield! You have some beautiful pictures and I'm sure experiences to show for that trip, awesome!

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Great pictures and story!
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Hi

I went to Mera Peak, the highest trekking peak in the Himalaya, in October/November 2005, and I decided to put my detailed diary and photographs out on the web for fellow travellers to see.

My url is www.ifield.me.uk then click on the Mera Peak link. I'm still working on it but I hope you enjoy it and come back again to view it when its finally finished.

Nepal is a wonderful country to visit and meet the people.
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Hi...

This is exactly what i am hoping to do! Please see my post asking for advice:

http://www.travelpunk.com/boards/ind...howtopic=13123

Did you use a tour company if so who, or did you plan when you got to Katmandu if so any recommendations?

All advice greatfully recieved

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