Next. Higher. Longer. Faster.
The whole world is in front of you and you are in front of it.
A feeling of joy and happiness.
You have to go to Annapurna if:
– the mountains have been calling you for a long time
– you have been in the Carpathian Mountains and Crimea and have the desire to go further
– Nepal is not just a piece of land for you near India, but the country with its culture, traditions and peculiarities.
You should 100% go when:
– life asks an unanswered question
– You don’t know how to share your last chocolate bar with strangers
– you want to feel the wind of adventure and drive
– you’ve been wondering if your coffee tastes different when you’re up in the air.
– don’t know how to handle an avalanche.
– Tired of watching monkeys at the zoo and want to feed them your own lollipops.
– you want to find your own limits and realize that there just aren’t any.
– you’re an extreme who’s not afraid of 12 days in the company of strangers.
– you don’t yet know that mountain sickness and its symptoms usually remain a game of the mind
– when you want to live the joy of ordinary things (a warm shower, a delicious dinner, a nap)
– you are a tenacious photographer and your portfolio lacks landscapes worthy of the highest National Geographic awards
– you are an office person, whose life has become a scheme house-work-home.
– You can’t imagine yourself without social networks, endless check-ins, and a 24/7 online presence.
– You want to have a similar experience as the hero of Three Cups of Tea
There are few things that can stop you along the way, because
– money is only a pile of paper, and the experience will always be with you.
– your friends will have at least half the equipment you need, so don’t hesitate to ask
– you won’t regret a minute of your vacation days
– the sunrises, the starry sky, the untouched Machapuchar, the cardiogram of peaks and something so warm in your heart will forever remain with you.