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Bhutan’s Happiness Seeks New Directions

Bhutan has long been that idealized Kingdom where life changed little and people liked it that way. That romanticized notion may be a fading mirage.

Posted on November 23, 2010

Trekking in Nepal, Part 1 of Shadow of Everest & Beyond by Kerina Rowley

We went to Dhulikhel and visited B.P. Shresta's hospital. He's doing a really cool thing there. The have lots of modern equipment including a MRI & CT machines. Also in Dhulikhel, I climbed the 1000 step Buddha. Yep, it was a thousand steps. My legs hurt today but it was absolutely worth it. We went back to Kathmandu yesterday via Baktapur. What a cool town. I have taken so many pictures that my camera batteries have died right there but luckily one of the other travelers is going to share.

Posted on May 18, 2010

Visit Chitwan National Park, Nepal

On our recent Wild Himalaya trip to Nepal, Bhutan and India, I had the good fortune to take several elephant safaris in Chitwan Natinal Park.

 

Posted on December 3, 2008

Condé Nast Selects Journeys International for Top Travel Specialist Awards

Journeys International is proud to announce that Condé Nast has chosen Directors Will and Joan Weber for 2 Top Travel Specialist Awards

Posted on August 6, 2008
    

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