Cameron (aka Cam), a thirty-something Australian yoga instructor I first met in Kathmandu, is probably the most accomplished hiker/trekker I've ever encountered. He spent a few months on a 2,650-mile solo journey through the Pacific Crest Trail which runs from Mexico to Canada, and when I saw his Lonely Planet guide to the Himalaya, he had his eye on more than a few treks which were highlighted in yellow.
As I previously shared, after we parted in eastern India, he spent time in northern India, Pakistan, Iran and Morocco before returning home. I just received an update that he is about to embark on a grand new journey, one that has pangs of envy reverberating through me.
He's flying to London to begin a classic overland adventure to the Bearing Sea (east coast of Russia). While he informed me that a trekking blog was in the works, he's not one to stay tied to a computer on his travels, so I have no blog address to share. Instead, I offer a few of his photos from Pakistan. Hopefully he's not a copyright nut! :)
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