Author: Emma Li

The Summer to Fall Transition Trick

As the temperature drops when we enter into Fall, there is a cool fashion tip I want to share with you. We have all these cute summer dresses we don’t want to put away yet, the simple trick is to wear leggings, ankle boots and a jacket, then you are all set. It’s not time

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How to Conquer Your Fear of being in front of a Camera

  Unless you are a born model, most of us have this fear of being in front of a camera. We are perfectly ourselves when there is no camera involved. But for some reason, when a camera is pointed at you, you start to feel unnatural, which is called camera shy. In this article I’ll

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10 Days Trekking in Nepal – The Mountain People and Their Life Styles

Here is a recap of my 10 days trekking in Annapurna. I have given a detailed account of my first 5 days in the previous posts. I decided to make the rest of the trip a picture story and highlight the people who lived in the mountains. Day 1 Nayapul to Ullerie Day 2 Ullerie

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10 Days Trekking in Nepal, Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) – Day 4 and Day 5

Day 4 Great View at Poon Hill and Getting Lost a Second Time on The Way to Tadapani This morning, I got up early to hike up to Poon Hill at 6:30am to see the view. The hike was hard because of straight ascending again, It took an hour and half to just get there.

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10 Days Trekking in Nepal, Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) – Day 2 and Day 3

Day 2 – Getting Acquitted with Leeches The morning part of trekking was very easy for me. I was playing music on my phone to keep me hyped. Things started to go south in the afternoon. It started raining around 1:30pm while I was having lunch. A girl told me that she was bit by

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A Day in Pokhara – My Mixed Feelings on Tourist Towns

I got to Pokhara yesterday after an eight hours’ bus ride from Kathmandu. Pokhara is the place where people go before heading out to the Annapurna Conservation Area , which is the most popular trekking destination in Nepal. In fact, almost two-thirds of trekkers make for the Annapurna Region. The Everest region attracts roughly a

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