A Father and Son Journey to Nepal

My husband, Yohann and his father went on a trip together two years ago. When he mentioned to me  that he would like to travel to the Himalayas, I thought a father and son adventure in Nepal would be perfect. I've decided not to go.  I wanted them to have this amazing moment to cherish together. I watched them prepare for their expedition. Both were excited as I bid them goodbye at the airport. I'd like to share with you a few of his photographs.



Photo Credit: Yohann
Have a beautiful Thursday!
XOXO,
Arni


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13 comments

  1. Oh wow! It looks like such an incredible country (certainly another one to add to the list). And what a perfect place to have a father and son adventure!

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  2. Stunning photos and it looks like the perfect place for a travel adventure - so much to see and do. A special holiday and memories which your husband and his father will always remember.
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  3. Wow, it looks amazing, I would love to go there one day!

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  4. nepal is interesting. i though thailand is the where we can see elephants carrying people. nepal has the same thing.


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  5. Those are some amazing pictures! Beautiful!

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  6. Pictures are so stunning! And such a great trip between father and son!

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  7. I love the idea of a father and son bonding trip. Nepal looks so beuatiful!

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  8. I love that they did this together... Looks like an amazing trip!

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  9. So lovely! There are so many places in this world that I would love to visit:)!

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  10. cool photos)
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  11. Thank you, Ari!

    I have heard of that five finger thing, but never actually tried it!!
    Great tip, will try to get my hands on one of those :)

    Thank you so much for your visit!!

    Beautiful photography!! I have never been to Nepal, but it is defo on my list!!

    Love,
    Svenja
    xx
    Happybluebird

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  12. What a beautiful thing to let them do on their own. I'm sure the memories are ones that will be cherished forever. Especially for your husband. P and his dad have been talking about a trip to Hong Kong to watch the Hong Kong Sevens. I would love to go with them - I mean the shopping alone ;) but I'm thinking maybe the trip should just be about the boys and the rugby...

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  13. Looks like it was a beautiful trip and I applaud your maturity in supporting their father / son bonding time

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