Three and a half years of travel have finally ended. What do I have to show for it?
After finishing the Shivalaya trek, I walked from Cheplung to Namche Bazaar. This was much harder than I expected, but the rewards were finally within reach. However, so was altitude sickness
The first post in my series about the Everest Base Camp trek. Instead of flying to Lukla, I walked to the start of the Everest Base Camp trail from Shivalaya. The result was an arduous journey along a little-seen part of Nepal
I flew to India after Kyrgyzstan. But I wasn't prepared for what would happen during my first few hours in Delhi
While in Kyrgyzstan’s I hiked over the Ala Kul pass, a chance to see the wilderness of Central Asia and maybe even soak in some radioactive hot-springs
After the stress of Jaipur, I relaxed in Udaipur, India's very own Venice
After an invigorating month in India, I finally hit the wall. India is a country of extremes, and in Jaipur I was witness to my own terrifying episode
The Ganges is India's holiest river, but that doesn't mean that it is clean. I discovered this sad truth in Haridwar, an auspicious town for Hindus
Rishikesh, the holy city by the Ganges. But is it a town of reverence, or of false gurus and yoga teachers trying to get laid? The answer might surprise you (but probably won't)
My first stop after Delhi, Amritsar's Golden Temple was one of the most impressive sights in India
The Wagah Border closing ceremony is a little-known piece of theatre that's an unmissable part of any trip to India. I went along to find out why.