Flying to Tasmania today to be interviewed for the position of bushwalking guide on the Over Land Track in Cradle Mountain National Park
l-o-s-t-b-o-y-s said: Any chance you can message me some info on where you stayed in nepal>?
When you’re in the Himalaya you can’t really plan out where you’re going to stay. The reality is you’re just going to walk until you can’t walk any more, then you’ll stay at the nearest family run tea house along the trail.
There aren’t many choices, and the choices don’t have names, so I can’t help you any more than that. If you give yourself ample time, then you can choose to cut a day short and stay somewhere that you find along the way that you really like.
Anonymous said: Do you have an instagram ?
Yes I do, but I only just joined so not much to see yet:
I was in MX newspaper today with the exhibition I’m in which features my work ‘Lakes of Gokyo’
The show’s still up until this Sunday so head down if you’re in Melbourne!
Wish he’d told me to flatten my hair.
alpinemania said: I'm still very fascinated about your photo series of the "Lakes of Gokyo" after seeing it for a long time! Why did you say Lukla airport was "the world's most dangerous airport" in the interview?
One end of the runway is a cliff, the other end is a stone wall, and the whole runway is on a steep hillside.
Google ‘Lukla Airport’ and you will see what I mean.
If you’re in Melbourne I’ll be having the work in a show in the next week, details yet to be confirmed.
But otherwise you can see the work on my website HERE
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