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No Modern Equipment: The Verdict!
It may surprise you to learn, that trekking without any modern day clothing or equipment isn't actually all completely horrendous. In...
10 Things I Didn't Fully Appreciate About a Warm Bed
We were now in Lachen, the sun had set, the dahl had been eaten and it was nearly time for bed. We were at 2700m so it was cold,...
Introducing Chairpack to My New Friends
It surprised me just how perfectly my homemade chairpack slotted into an Exodus Travels kit bag. With a few clothes and emergency...
4 DAY COUNTDOWN
There are only 4 days until we leave for India and there is still SO much to do! As my friends have probably noticed, I am extremely...
The Long Walk to Work
It's hard to train for walking in the Himalayas when you live in London. Once you've done the big hill in Richmond Park twice you're kind...
Might Go Tits Up
In My Journey to Lhasa, Alexandra David-Néel only mentions "cotton undergarments" as an indication of what she wore under her long cotton...
My Only Modern Equipment
Back when Alexandra David-Néel was in Sikkim, you could travel there freely, and she ended up staying for at least 2 years. Now, due to...
Old Sunglasses: an Eye-opening Experience
I have to say, I've been learning an awful lot whilst organising this expedition to India, especially when it comes to the old kit I'll...
What does no Modern Equipment Look Like?
I decided that the only way to truly understand what Alexandra David-Néel went through during the long walks she made throughout her 14...
It was the Fashion Darling
This famous image of Alexandra David-Néel below will be the inspiration behind everything I'll be wearing on my journey. The image was...