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  • Full Name: Rob Steele ( 64 / Male )
  • Lives In: Gosforth, Cumbria, United Kingdom
  • Citizenship: United Kingdom
  • Marital Status: Single
  • Occupation: Retired
  • About into-thin-air:

    Just another refugee from VT – Prolific traveller who Loves Nepal and who Loves to walk, so if not in Nepal, sometimes can be found in Spain walking Camino’s and occasionally on the Lakeland Fells at home here in Cumbria

  • Hobbies:

    Walking - Travel - Classic Cars and Vintage Tractors ++

  • Favourite places:

    Nepal, Spain and Cumbria

Latest Blog Entries

Travel Blogs into-thin-air runs

  • Nepal Spring 2017 - Planes, Jeeps, Bus, Trek and Pony – My Trip to the Wild West of Nepal with my friend Nirmal in Search of Rara Lake
  • My Big Camino - 1.000 Miles from my home in Cumbria, North West England to Santiago de Compostela in Spain in aid of Cancer Research and Drug Development.
  • Tips on Rucksacks - buying one that suites you, what to put in them and how to make them last :-)


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I am a refugee from “Virtual Tourist” and, when on that site, often used to do my best to “Advise” other travellers who were planning trips there. I am a regular visitor to Nepal (And am actually writing this in Kathmandu) and have been a regular traveller here since 1994, when I drove from my home in Cumbria in the UK to Kathmandu in a old Landrover. I have done a reasonable amount of trekking including The Annapurna Circuit, Everest Base Camp (Twice, once from Jiri including Gokyo and once from Tumlingtar (Arun Valley)) Upper Mustang, Mardi Himal, Langtang (Twice) and Helambu and The Annapurna Base Camp etc I have also visited Pokhara and Chitwan many times, Bardia and Bandipur, taken a Mountain Bike on the Tribuvan Raj path and cycled back through Daman and been on several rafting trips including The Western Bend of The Karnali, The Kali Gan Dhaki and Trisuli I am happy to help anyone planning a Nepal trip, so please feel free to drop me a line. Best Regards Rob

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