Join Date: May 2005
Location: London, England
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I have decided that on my round-the-world adventure starting this summer, I want to go on a hike for a week or two through Nagorno-Karabakh (one of those former soviet break-away states in the Caucasus). I've only ever done day hikes before though, so I was wondering if I could get some advice.
I will be carrying a tent with me at the time, along with my full rucksack (will only have the 1 rucksack with me on my trip), so will be hiking at a fairly relaxed pace. The thing is I won't have a stove or anything like that to cook with, so what are my options for food? I'd expect to pass through a village every now and again where I could get supplies, but can anyone give suggestions as to what sort of things I could carry to eat? I'd want to be carrying at least 2 days worth of food and water.
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