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Download a section from Chapter One: Boat Trips to discover a one-of-a-kind journey across Malawi's oceanlike Lake Niassa.
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There is a place so unusual, so colourful and precious that I almost want to hide my story from the world. Isolated in the steep mountains of Bhutan’s far eastern region, the villages of Merak and Sakteng only allowed access to foreign visitors in 2010. Electricity arrived a few years later.
Here is a taste of my recent trekking trip through Iceland's remote eastern frontier. The tour operator, Icelandic Mountain Guides (IMG), ran a fantastic small-group expedition.
You can learn more in my interview posted via the link below.
Legend tells that this temple was attached to the rock by strands of celestial hair. This photo captures a local Bhutanese man as we approached the temple.
Calling on all my readers...I would love to grow the number of reviews of Dust in My Pack. This helps others decide whether they want to buy the book by giving them a sense of what fellow readers think...and don't worry, I have thick skin so am happy for any feedback, the good with the bad!