I left behind the madding crowds with some trepidation—would I be able to keep up? would I get blisters? would there be decent coffee? (yes, yes and yes).
Nature was overwhelming in her beauty and diversity. On Day 2 we had to ban the word ‘awesome’ and dig deep for worthy superlatives.
A 6-foot smiling angel called Melody bandaged my blisters, padded my pointy bits and baked the best bread.
And all the way we dined like kings, slept like logs, laughed like clowns and sang like… well, ask the ranger.
Christmas in the city? Never again.
Travellers Tales November 2009
Our amazingly wonderful guides James and Maya led us through the most pristine landscapes I have ever experienced. We sloshed through mud, climbed Mt Ossa in knee deep snow, and swam in crystal clear rivers and icy lakes. Not only ... Continue reading
Travellers Tales April 2009
We had the most amazing time, the weather wasn't the best the first couple of days , but the scenery and the way it was organizes was amazing and then getting to the lodge were the food the accomadation and ... Continue reading