I’m not quite sure how to start this except to say thank you.
I recently completed the track starting at Owers Corner on ANZAC Day with John Nalder, and I am proud to say that the track was so much more than i ever expected. It was an experience so very difficult to put into words, and as John explained to us it is impossible to give a three word answer when someone asks “how was it?”. I can’t manage to answer that question without at least talking for ten minutes.
Firstly I’d like to say a huge thank you for the professionalism of your company and the thoroughness with which you prepare. I was quite suprised to receive a phone call from John on Good Friday seeking more information on my gluten intolerance. I expect that gluten free foods are not that easy to shop for in PNG. Aside from my dietary requirements I was also impressed with the description that John gave of the trekkers he meets a the airport. I think that I was wearing the apprehension tinged with nerves and alot of excitiemnt quite well, and i t was not a look I was trying to achieve, it was exactly how I was feeling. I was also impressed with the quality of information provided on equipment such as boots and clothing for the trek. I know that if I ever do it again there will be a few small changes that I will make in the equipment that I bring. [Read more…]