Nepal,India to Bhutan 2010

Just another landslide (Bhutan)

In November 2010 I did a motor bike trip with “Asian Experiences” from Nepal to Bhutan. There were seven of us, me (nicknamed G1)  Another Geoff (G2) ,Gordon, Kevin, Peter, Greg and Lyn, plus our leader, Helen and our Indian mechanic Arshad. We travelled on 500cc Royal Enfield Bullets.

Our trip took us from Kathmandu in Nepal through Darjeeling in India to Bhutan and then to Calcutta. It was a fantastic trip, lots of fun, great group and wonderful scenery. We met some fantastic  people and of course we all have wonderful  memories. In just three weeks, all of us from all different walks of life  became great friends.

Mt Everest

The Lucky Group



Toy train of Darjeeling

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  8. Hi Geoff,

    Hope you having a great time and had a lovely Christmas in your travel adventure.

    And, have a Happy New Year with lots of fun.

    Cheers Helen

    • Hi Helen
      Sorry for the late reply
      It’s really loverly to hear from you. I hope your Xmas And NY was good. We have just had a terrific NY dinner which made for the Irish Stew at. Xmas! Off on a boat tomorrow to see the Icebergs and Glacier. Weather not good today but fingers crossed for tomorrow
      Love Geoff

  9. Hi Geoff,

    Great picture you look a real adventurer.

    Hope the planning is going ahead with ease, now that you are a freed from work and can put your energy into the trip.
    I’ll be watching the progress and look forward to great pictures and description so that I could enjoy the adventure as well.

    Best of luck and good speed, have a fantastic time.


    • Hi Helen

      Sorry for delay responding. I leave this Saturday so i expect to be logging on more frequently. Thanks for your interest. Love Geoff

  10. Hi ya dopyold bloke,
    great that all is working out for you , must be as silly as I am, cant afford it but Im gunna do it anyway, and yea Im encouraged to do it and everyone I meet thinks it is great and shoul do it, so mate go for it at 66 you have youth on your side, what an adventure.
    Travel well and remember The Bridge Builder

    • Hi George
      Well its nerarly happening! I’m off this saturday 3rd! Hope to hear from you and see you at the next HU meeting. I’m back May 7th!


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