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Diaries of Nepal 19 // Upper Mustang, Nepal

We’ve been home now for the past 6 months. When I think about the last year, Nepal never seems to leave my mind. I’ve never fallen hard for a country the way I did for Nepal last April. Wanderlusted for others? Yes. But love doesn’t come so easy.

Back in April, Rob challenged me to venture out on a journey beyond the city without him and the comfort of his ability to converse in the local language for me.  A few weeks later I was off on a 7 day faith journey via bus, motorcycle, jeep and tractor through the Annapurna Circuit with three amazing friends to Upper Mustang, all without a tour guide. We depended on strangers, we made new friends, we danced with the locals and, I fell in love with the people and places I was born to love, 12,000 feet above sea level. This is what I saw.

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2014: Our Year in Review

I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting lately, new year and all. I usually spend quite a bit of time remembering my experiences, especially through photos. What was I doing last year this time? What about 6 months ago? Have I grown – or stayed the same? Do I see the same – or differently? (Literally..more on this in another post!) It helps me process my surroundings so I think on a deeper level about the things I’ve experienced throughout the year. It also helps me develop my creative process further; where I’ve come from to help me determine where I’m going.  This weekend I took the reflecting up a notch and decided to feature 100 of my favorite photos from our 1 year adventure to Nepal, India, Myanmar and back. The rule was that they all had to come from my iPhone – nothing more, nothing less. I will never ever forget the people we met and the countries we visited. Thanks for following. And cheers to new adventures in 2015!

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