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Looking for a companions for a trek in Nepal: July 05

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Hi all, I am looking for (a) trekking companion(s) for July, for a 15-22 day trek hopefully in the rain shadow areas (am pretty flexible on the exact itinerary... but considering Dolpo region, Tilicho, Lower Mustang, or the AC / ABC / AS / EBC (if at all it is advisable in this weather). I am 26/f, belong to India but work in London. Please drop a mail at pyramaniax@yahoo.com if you are looking out for companions for a trek during that time and we could talk about it.

Hope to freeze this within the next coouple of days, I've already left it too late. I know July ain't the best time to go to Nepal by far, but can't take time off later this year.

Cheers!
Suruchi.

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