Rough Fall Itinerary: China, Nepal, and India

We are still working out the details, but here are our current ideas for the fall:

  • 1 week in Shanghai – this is a work trip for Kenny. He’ll be in the office during business hours, and we think we’ll have social engagements with his co-workers in the evenings. I’m just going along for the ride. I’ll probably do some sightseeing on my own, and may spend some of my free time trying to flesh out some details for the fall (like finding places to stay).
  • ~2 weeks in Nepal (with a 3-day layover in Delhi) – this is our “vacation” – since we haven’t taken one since December, and we’re both currently wound up like tops, we thought it would be nice to take some time without any responsibilities to do some trekking and unwinding. And we’ve heard that Nepal is a really beautiful place to do this.
  • ~2 months in India – we expect to spend most of this time volunteering (probably in Bangalore with our friend Sean, but this isn’t set in stone yet). On the weekends, we may make some short trips to other cities in the south – we definitely want to visit my former boss Vivek in Hyderabad. We’ll probably spend the final week or two touring in the north.
  • ~2 weeks in the US – we’ll be back in the US late December-early January, starting in Seattle, then a few days in Los Angeles followed by a few days in Miami.

After that, we’ll head out to the next destination. We think this will be somewhere in Africa, and we have various feelers out for NGO work in a few different countries. Some of those feelers may actually materialize as volunteer opportunities in Asia (Thailand, Vietnam, even back in India), so we’re keeping open minds.

4 thoughts on “Rough Fall Itinerary: China, Nepal, and India”

  1. You are really close to Bhuatn and trust me you won’t regret it if you can make it or even change your plans. My wife’s and her family are actually Nepaleese who have settled in Bhutan and they’d vouch for that :).

  2. Hello,

    I am impressed. Even I would want to take a sabbatical and be on the move with my camera. But may be not now, anyways, keep blogging and posting nice pics!!!

    -Inscriber

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