India, Nepal, Bhutan & Tibet
From the beaches of Goa to the Himalayas, the Indian subcontinent is a land of wild, open country and crazy, overcrowded cities. I spent 7 months travelling around and barely scratched the surface.
Tibet. It's a land of wide open spaces, brown land under a piercing blue sky, watched over by the biggest mountain range in the world.
It's a place of beautiful people struggling under oppression that brings out every emotion you could imagine. But even though it's confronting at times, it's one of the most rewarding trips you could ever contemplate...
It's a tiny nation nestled between powerhouses China and India, and has somehow managed to hold on to its culture and independence. Bhutan is a magical, mystical place that's only been open to tourists since the 70's. Independent travel is basically non existent, so I signed up for a tour.
Here's what it was like spending 5 days in the land of the thunder dragon...