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quote 2019-01-17 06:35
Best Time to Trek Everest Region

Everest base camp trek best time of the year are Autumn time (Sept to Nov) and spring (March to June) (the best seasons for the Everest trekking in Nepal). You get the chance to see the exceptional piece of this world, and you have no clue the amount you will arrive at acknowledging toward the end of this trek that is provided by Mount Face Nepal. Check our Everest Region Trekking

 

Everest Region Trekking can be successfully completed on the month of October, and November month. Later than this the trek can be done in april and may. on the other month and season there will be much more extreme weather condition but, some of the best trekkers around have successfully completed the trekking. Mount Face Nepal have experienced guide and the trekking team so that you won't face any sort of problem while trekking in everest region.

Main attracion of the Everest Region Trekking is not other than Everest Base Camp Trek via Gokyo Lake which helps you to explore the beauty of mountain from tha Kalapaththar as well as the beautiful Gokyo Lake and the other one is Gokyo Valley Trekking. on EBC you will have the chance to explore the beauty of everest from the very near point. The snow-capped mountain and the other beautiful panoramic view will make you very much happy.

Gokyo valley trek also enable you to explore the beautiful panoramic view as well as the beautiful lake on the fate of the himalayas.

 

Traditional way of trek to everest base camp is from Jiri. The way was first discovered by Edmund Hillary and Tenjing Norgay Serpa on their first trek campaign. Jiri to Everest Bace Camp Trek can be done in almost every season. but dont forget to bring these thing before going to everest trekking.

What to pack?

. Layers of clothing, numerous pairs of socks, good-quality trekking boots.

. Hand warmers, under-gloves and mittens.

. Trekking poles.

. Gaithers (against leeches and/or deep snow).

. 40-litre daypack (with rain cover).

. Sleeping mat.

. Head torch and spare batteries.

. Sunglasses with UV protection, sun cream and hat.

. Lip salve and blister care.                           

. Wet wipes and tissues.

. Pocket knife/multi-bladed tool.

. Watch with altimeter/GPS.

. Emergency blanket.

. Snacks (nuts, energy bars).

. Freezer bags.                   

. Binoculars.

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review 2019-01-11 00:28
Camp Club Girls on the Case!
Camp Club Girls: Elizabeth - Green, Renae Brumbaugh

This four-book collection includes “Camp Club Girls and the Mystery at Discovery Lake”, “Elizabeth’s Armadillo Adventure”, “Elizabeth’s San Antonio Sleuthing”, and “Elizabeth and the Music City Mayhem.” As someone who grew up reading Nancy Drew and Lois Gladys Leppard’s “Mandie” series, I was eager to see what the genre is offering twenty-first century girls. Despite having a modern setting and making use of current technology, these stories had an old-fashioned, reassuring feel to them. There is a strong Christian thread throughout each of the stories, but it is not over-the-top. The girls are very respectful toward their elders, addressing them as sir or ma’am, and this was not only refreshing but also sets a good example for readers. The girls are well-mannered and courteous but not saccharine-sweet, nor are they perfect, and they do make mistakes; as such, they are definitely relatable while also being good role models. The inclusion of all the Camp Club Girls in each story, even if the main focus was only on a couple of them, was fun and added different perspectives to each situation. I loved that Alex (Alexis) always made references to classic detectives and TV shows, and Kate’s affinity for gadgets provided an interesting angle. The two stories in which Biscuit the dog was featured were my favorites. I thoroughly enjoyed this collection, and although it is recommended for ages 10-12, I think that older girls (and even adults!) will find it appealing.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review.

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2018-12-30 02:15
A Tough Man's Woman
A Tough Man's Woman (A Wild Hearts Romance) - Deborah Camp

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A Tough Man’s Woman is the book 3 and presumably the last installment of Deborah Camp’s Tough Man/Too Tough series. I already talked about my disappointments with this series in the previous 2 books. Unfortunately this one wasn’t any better. Even with 2 quite likable main characters this might be my least favorite of the series. :(

I’d begin again by suggesting Deborah Camp’s recent western historical romance releases such as Lonestar’s Lady and Solitary Horseman. I became her fan reading those 2 books. I can vouch for her great writing style and her knack for storytelling. However this series in particular was publish in the mid-90s and there were work to be done where characters were concerned. Books 1 and 2 were okay reads. I liked reading both but there were issues in both that bothered me.

Book 1, Too Tough to Tame was the story of a small town doctor’s assistance and a Native American warrior. The heroine, Tess meets Storm in His Eyes under a very uncommon circumstance, where she was kidnapped then was forced to take care of the bullet wounds on him. With the demeaning way white folks viewed and treated Indian people, maybe that’s why Storm’s cousin thought this is how he could get some help for him. But apparently Tess didn’t have the same kind of hatred for the Indians so after the initial shock, she was happy to be taking care of the ‘manly’ Storm In His Eyes. Tess’s blonde beauty and Storm’s aforementioned ‘manly attributes’ playing a vital role, their romance (or ‘lust at first sight’ as I called it) takes off. It wasn’t an easy road to travel but they finally find their HEA after many ups and downs, revenge and a few murders.

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text 2018-12-24 10:55
Oman Is an Attractive Location for Arabian Sands Dream Desert Camp

Oman was once beneath the rule of an oppressive sultan, who wouldn’t enable international guests into his country. This modified in 1970 once he was overthrown, and also the country openly welcomes guests. Today, Oman has evolved into a preferred vacation location attributable to its welcome, luxury amenities at family-friendly hotels and exclusive resorts, non-public beaches, and best cooking. Families from around the world will currently get pleasure from Oman along. Luxury Asian country family holidays supply a unique chance to expertise a distinct culture as a family.

Oman holidays enable families to pay quality time along quiet, happy and eating. Best Holiday Tour Packages in Oman, in general, reminds us of the importance of playing time with family. Whereas on vacation in Oman, families will choose between a good sort of activities, like the ever common desert discovery tours, the tours feature long mobile tenting excursions, guided tours, camel rides, deserted beaches and luxury accommodations in building titled rest homes. Throughout your visit to the present lovely, culturally wealthy town, you’ll understand that Asian country travel provides several exciting and exotic decisions for each member of your family.

Another reason to choose Arabian Sands Dream Desert Camp is that the final family vacation destination is that the country is incredibly clean and very safe. Crime is nearly unknown during this intensely lovely country. Oman offers the right juxtaposition between the trendy and also the recent world. There are urban areas crammed with open markets, wherever the scents of incenses fill the air that co-exists in excellent harmony with rustic, sheep social, desert villages.

 

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2018-12-20 03:31
Tough Talk, Tender Kisses
Tough Talk, Tender Kisses (A Wild Hearts Romance) - Deborah Camp

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Tough Talk, Tender Kisses is book 2 of Deborah Camp’s Too Tough/Tough Man series. I began this series with anticipation, however right now have to say I’m going down that slippery slope of disappointment. Even though I still like the author’s writing style and all that, the characters in this series are really trying my patience!

I’m a big fan of the author’s more recent western historical publications such as Solitary Horseman or Lonestar’s Lady. However this particular series was first published in the 90s and maybe, the storyline and the character kind of show the datedness (?). The first book, Too Tough to Tame was the story of a small town doctor’s assistance and a Native American warrior. The heroine, Tess meets Storm in His Eyes under a very uncommon circumstance, where she was kidnapped then was forced to take care of the bullet wounds on him. With the demeaning way white folks viewed and treated Indian people, maybe that’s why Storm’s cousin thought this is how he could get some help for him. But apparently Tess didn’t have the same kind of hatred for the Indians so after the initial shock, she was happy to be taking care of the ‘manly’ Storm In His Eyes. Tess’s blonde beauty and Storm’s aforementioned ‘manly attributes’ playing a vital role, their romance (or ‘lust at first sight’ as I called it) takes off. It wasn’t an easy road to travel but they finally find their HEA after many ups and downs, revenge and a few murders.

Book 2 isn’t directly connected to book 1 as it takes place several years afterwards. The H and h of Tough Talk, Tender Kisses weren’t ever introduced in there. In fact, they lived in a different state and were first introduced under a very different set of circumstance. Book 2 opens up with Adele Bishop, a restaurant manager in Whistle Stop, which was also built near a train station, waiting for her ‘mail order husband’ to arrive, much to the dismay (and amusement) of the townspeople. The daughter of a known do-gooder, who was also a very open minded woman, Adele had grown up with a mindset very different than the people she has to deal with everyday. Adele’s father died when she was but a child, and her mother just a few years ago, leaving her an orphan and quite alone in the world. Well, except for Sally, a girl she’d befriended in her teens when she was living in Kansas years ago with her aunt’s family while her mother was busy traveling for her own causes. Sally married Winston, the cousin who was more interested in Adele than her. But Adele knew she wasn’t interested in Winston. Not in the way she was interested in his friend, the wild soul called Reno Gold. Sally later followed her to Whistle Stop after Winston died.

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