Developing World

“Listen, there’s a hell of a good universe next door, let’s go!”

– E.E. Cummings (1894-1962)

Hiking in developing countries means leaving your comfort zone – linguistically, socially, culturally and culinarily. That being said, once you actually make the leap of faith, board the plane and head out into the hills, chances are all of those pre-trip worries about “how different” everything was going to be will disappear. You will go from “what if?” to “Wow, what was I worried about?


Pilgrims – Three Tibetans & an Australian | Mount Kailash Kora, Tibet, 2006