Having an emotional wobble is part of being human, how to deal with it is part of being enlightened.
Whilst travelling through Thailand and Nepal one of the things which captivated me and made me nervous at the same time was the Monkey's. They were everywhere!!!! And they were so cheeky! From chasing me and my friends off a beach on an Island so they could steal our food, to jumping in the canoes … Continue reading Cheeky monkey’s
Some people choose to wish on a star and see what happens, others choose to plan and organise a method to move towards their wishes and goals. Some wishes can not be planned, but with daily steps, consistent motivation even when you don’t feel like it, they can be achieved. Like an athlete preparing for … Continue reading Achieving your goals, Bertie style
The thing which Bertie noticed the most against the backdrop of panoramic mountains and snow were that the Nepalise people hung coloured prayer flags so that the wind would capture their dreams, wishes and prayers. Bertie discovered that the flags were originally hung as talismans to protect Tibetans during times of war. These have now … Continue reading Dreams, wishes and prayer
Up until now Bertie had been enjoying a relaxing ride through Thailand. Now he was in Nepal the hard work was going to begin. Bertie started his trek fresh with enthusiasm and excitement about what was to come. He was quite pleased to be leaving the hustle and bustle of Kathamndu behind for the calmer … Continue reading Waking the sleeping giant
Bertie's top tips for arriving in Nepal: 1. Try to obtain your visa online before you arrive. The visa queues on arrival are very long and can take 1 - 2 hours to get through. 2. Nepali SIM cards are readily available throughout Kathmandu. Look for the NCELL sign outside shops. Be aware though that … Continue reading Bertie’s top tips for arriving in Nepal