Anthony Eddies-Davies

Amazing write up in The Week out today and online by our Travel expert Anthony Eddies-Davies on Bhutan’s rare beauty

The Himalayan kingdom is off most tourists’ radar, but with its fascinating history and spectacular scenery, it won’t be for […]

Nepal Appeal Ball success and over £11,000 in one night!

Outstanding result of our summer ball on Friday with over £11,000 raised for the Charity in one night as a […]

The Nepal Appeals first project

I arrived in Nepal apprehensive of what I would find and even though I thought I had mentally prepared myself, […]

Nepal Appeal – Registered Charity Status

Things are moving very quickly with the Nepal Appeal and the support both financially and from the public has been […]

Hope and Resilience

  I’ve posted a number of posts since I’ve been in Nepal as a result of the 2 major earthquakes […]

Rescue to Recovery

I have probably driven the route I took today into the Sindhupalchok district well over 100 times in the last […]

Devastation and Emotion in Nepal

Devastation and emotion in Nepal I started today by walking to Thamel, the tourist district of Kathmandu normally full of […]

Touch down Nepal – Emotional to say the least

Flying from Bhutan to Nepal over the roof of the world, the Himalayan summits penetrated the clouds and all seemed […]

From ‘Bhutan to Nepal’

I’m on my last day in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan for this trip. A trip that has taken me […]

Appeal Update

  A Public and Personal Appeal Thank you to all of you that have donated and for the support offered […]