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Taylor Adventure - Nepal

Christmas is joy, religious joy, an inner joy of light and peace.


Christmas gives us the opportunity to pause and reflect on the important things around us - a time when we can look back on the year that has passed and prepare for the year ahead.

David Cameron

I have just returned from yet another trip to one of my favourite countries NEPAL. The trip was not without its problems, lost luggage which eventually arrived the following day. Preparing to depart at 6am for the village I managed to have a senior moment of forgetfulness by tripping over my suitcase, which I had only seconds before moved from in front of the wardrobe to the end of the bed. Too pre occupied about anyone watching me through a 2cm gap in the curtain. What was the outcome? After an MRI the result was a fractured shoulder and partial tendon tear. What to do! Brace support, drugs, and carry on with the trip of course. It made trekking a little tricky, especially with a little slip here and there, but with the help of my walking pole, and support staff carrying my day pack, I managed quite well.
Nepalese women
We returned to Majuwa Village and Saraswati School to see how they were coping after a destructive monsoon season. Unfortunately, the school lost part of the perimeter fencing and retaining wall that we built last year. Hopefully we can find the funds AUD$2000 to repair the damage in 2018. We also visited Annapurna Primary School which was completely destroyed from the massive Earthquake 3 years ago. Today the children are attending classes in very poor conditions, the building is constructed of corrugated iron, concrete floor, no windows or doors. With the help of our very supportive clients we were able to donate 6 whiteboards, and educational material to the 2 schools. The children of Lindfield East Public School donated funds to build a 2 metre brick wall, which will now fill in the gap from the floor to where the corrugated iron begins. A new school is being built by an NGO, but it is 18 months in the making, despite what we are doing to help the children will still suffer through another cold winter, and hot summer.

Homes are slowly being built, after 3 years of waiting and living in makeship shelters, the Government has put in place strict building regulations, and have given each householder USD3000 in 3 instalments. During our visit we inspected several new houses which consisted of one or 2 very small rooms, which are used for cooking, sleeping and eating and housing 4-6 family members. Nepalese villages consist of mainly women and children, who are very strong, resourceful and resilient they continue with their difficult daily lives, farming and taking care of their families.

We are privileged to be connected by a love for travel! Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.”

– Mark Twain

Village visit and Tsum Valley Trek

Our next trek is planned for 8 April 2018, this 20 day trip will include a village home-stay and a chance to visit the schools that we support. Part of the proceeds will go to helping the schools in Nepal.
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This Christmas we are offering you a great treat.





Bhutan special offer
In 2018 Bhutan is celebrating 15 years of Friendship with Australia, so LYN TAYLOR’S ADVENTURE TRAVEL HAS set up a wide range of cultural and/or trekking tours to exciting destinations.

Book early for travel in June, July and August 2018 and enjoy significant savings! For example, save AUD $1200 per person when you book our 12-day Bhutan tour before 30 December 2017, paying only AUD $2950 per person twin share.


Bhutan is a Himalayan country of singularly magnificent landscapes. Culturally and religiously aligned with Vajrayana Buddhism, it has unique and colorful dress, customs and traditions that have changed little over the centuries. Our immersive tour includes many varied experiences. Hike to the famous Tigers Nest and Cheri monasteries, meet local families, and try your skill at archery, Bhutan’s national sport. Visit Paro, Thimpu, the Punaka Valley and Bhumtang.

The tour includes excellent ground transport, English-speaking Bhutanese guide and driver, visa, all sightseeing, authentic Bhutanese accommodation, all meals, bottled water, and entry into the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery.

Included in this offer is a 40% price reduction on flights from Singapore or Bangkok to Paro.

Contact Lyn for more details on Bhutan and information about other tours.
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