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The forgotten locals behind Everest’s trekking industry

The forgotten locals behind Everest’s trekking industry

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The most beautiful people wear their hearts on their sleeves, and their soul in their smiles. Those People faces many challenges – poverty, unemployment, poor education, the threat of earthquakes, unsatisfactory healthcare – but, despite it all, they live from a place of peace, harmony, mutual respect and smiles.          For many, climbing Everest is high

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Travelling to Nepal? You won’t get in if you haven’t brought this with you

Travelling to Nepal? You won’t get in if you haven’t brought this with you

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NEPAL has long lured the adventurous traveller with sights like Mount Everest in the breathtaking Himalayas – but there’s one thing standing in your way of getting there. All British tourists need a visa to enter the rugged South Asian country. Once obtained, the visa is valid for entry for three to six months from the

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My Adventure: Hike to Mount Everest base camp 40-plus years in the making

My Adventure: Hike to Mount Everest base camp 40-plus years in the making

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My friend Joel Blalock and I have talked about hiking on Mount Everest for decades, but it wasn’t until this past September, when I was a 71-year-old cancer survivor, that we made it happen. Joel was from South Carolina, and we met when we were in boot camp at Fort Dix, New Jersey, in 1968.

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