Last week I wrote about how brave kids can be when it comes to travel; somehow when we grow up we grow scared. This got me thinking about some of my travels and the kids I meet along my journeys. My recent hiking trip to Nepal came to mind. As my father and I hiked the Annapurna Circuit, we came across many kids who clearly weren’t scared of anything as you can see from the photos below!
The kids along the Annapurna Circuit trail would run up to us and start a conversation that went something like this,
“Pen?” they asked
“No, no pen.” I replied
“Chocolate?” they asked
“No, no chocolate.” I replied
“Picture?” they asked
“Sure, I’ll take your picture!” I replied which made everyone happy!
The kids loved to have their photos taken and even loved it more when you would show them their picture. Their faces would break out into a big smile and be accompanied by lots of giggling and screaming.
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