We spent the best part of ten days trekking through the Himalayas on a journey to the Annapurna Base Camp. It was an amazing experience and I lost about a stone along the way which was a major bonus.
I know we felt a major sense of achievement when we completed our trek.
Being chased by a big angry cloud.
Checking the exposure. Praise the Lord for digital SLR’s.
My favourite time of the day – feeding time
What a view, even with the clouds in the way
The weather can change very quickly in the Himalayas
Watch out for Yeti’s!
FECK OFF! It’s too early.
Fashion clearly goes out the window on the Annapurna Trek. We’ve still got that blanket though – it’s very warm and the cat likes it.
Our excellent team – Puspa the guide and co (soz I can’t remember their names)
Frozen Waterfall – Make sure you bring your thermal Y-Fronts because it can get very cold.
It’s behind you wally brain.
Fishtail mountain which is revered by the locals as sacred to the god Shiva, and is off limits to climbing
Hooray we made it. Our very small gang at Annapurna Base Camp.
Here’s a screengrab of some of the photographs I took while on the Annapurna Base Camp Trek: