After studying Journalism at Cardiff University, Katy jetted off to Australasia and Asia on a one year gap year. Developing an appetite for the exotic, a year turned into four with Katy's extensive adventures including Mongolia, Zambia and the Ecuadorian jungle.
Inspired to first visit India and Sri Lanka after reading the Gregory David Roberts hit 'Shantaram', Katy spent two months exploring the wonderfully diverse region. She was instantly captivated by the kind people, vibrancy and wonderful Chai Masala of the subcontinent and adored being able to completely immerse herself in the culture.
Katy leapt at the chance to join Audley to put her vast travel experience to good use, and has since completed research trips to Nepal, where she was able to pursue her love of religion and hiking, and Rajasthan, where she was able to discover the charming rural regions that the area has to offer.
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Katy's Most Memorable Experience
I will never forget the afternoon I spent exploring the marvellous Pashupatinath Temple, located on the banks of the Bagmati River in Kathmandu. A holy temple like no other, Pashupatinath is dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva and was an experience that satiated all the senses.
Visiting during the festival of Maha Shivaratri, hundreds of holy men and women descended from all over Nepal and many neighbouring countries. The atmosphere was truly captivating and one that will stay with me forever.