Jane Wilson-Howarth

Blog

 
 

    Pontifications
    Travel
    Wildlife
    Writing
#righttobreathe / 50 Camels / 50 Camels and She's Yours / A Glimpse of Eternal Snows / Aberdeen / air quality / ANM / Annapurna / anthology / author / author interview / Auxiliary Nurse Midwife / Baglung / Bagmati / Bajaj / BBC Radio Cambridgeshire / bear precautions / Bertrand Russell / Bhotang / bike trip / birdlife / birds / black bear / black kites / book launch / bulbul / camaraderie / Cambridge / Cambridge writers / caste / catastrophe / celtic / chaite-dhan / children's books / Chobhar / Chobhar Hill / clinics / cyclist / dal bhat / dangerous wildlife / demonstration / Department of Roads / development work / Dhaulagiri / dhulomandu / dragons / earthquake / East Anglia / eco-resort / Edinburgh / emergency / English language / evacuation / Ewell / feelgood read / fiction / fire-tailed sunbird / fishing / fishtail / footbridge / footpath / forest / giant crab spider / giving birth / goodread / goral / gorge / Gorkha / GP writer / grey-headed canary-flycatcher / happiness / happyness / health assistant / Heffers / Heffers bookshop / Hell's Grannies / himal / Himalaya / Himalayan Black Bear / Himalayan Goral / Himalayan Hostages / Himalayan Kidnap / Himalayan serow / Himalayas / Hindu kingdom / home delivery / honey buzzard / Hotel Deep of Worldtop / Hotel Peace Palace / human spirit / Indra Jatra / Ireland / Jane Wilson-Howarth / jungle / Kali Gandaki / Kali Gandaki gorge / Kalopani / Kalunki / Kashigoan / Kathmandu / Kathmandu Valley / Khartoum / kickstart / kidnap / Kolkata / Kumari / Kusma / labour / lama / landslide / landslides / living goddess / London pigeon / loss and recovery / love / Lukhu river / Machhapuchare / Manbu / maskmandu / maternal mortality / Maya and the Dragon / medical emergency / medical evacuation / medical Students / Melamchi / Michael Rosenberg / Middle Hills / mineral water bottles / morning mist / Moth Snowstorm / motorbike / motorbike trip / motorcycle / mountain medicine / Muktinath / Mustang / nag puja / nature / Naubisi / Nepal / Nepal Communitere / Nepal road trip / Nepal roadtrip / Nepal Valley / Nepal wildlife / Nepali powder / Nigiri himal / Nilgiri / Nilgiri South / Nonsuch Palace / Nonsuch Park / Northumberland / novel / Nuwakot / obstetrics / Passer montanus / passive pleasure / Patan / percussion / PHASE / PHASE Nepal / PHASENepal / Phewa Tal / phonetics / pilgrims / plastic waste / pleasure / Pokhara / Police My Friend / polytunnel / pregnancy / Pul Chowk / Pulsar / Pyncnonotus cafer / Rajapur / rat snake / reconstructed dialogue / red-vented bulbul / relief work / rhododendron / Richard Mabey / river crossing / river-crossing / road trip / roadtrip / Rock Doves / Roe Deer / Royal Enfield Riders Club / rubbish / Rufus-breasted Niltava / Sally Haiselden / Sarengkot / Seeta Siriwardena / serow / Shangri-la / Shivapuri / Shivapuri Nagajung National Park / Shivapuri National Park / Shivapuri Village / Shivapuri Village Resort / shrikes / Simon Howarth / Sindhupalchowk / Sinhala / Sinhalese / skipper butterflies / skippers / Snowfed Waters / solid waste disposal / Soti / South Sudan / sparrows / Speaking Tiger / spider venom / Spiny babblers / spotted owlet / squirrel / Sri Lanka / Sri Lankan author / stink bug / Sudan / sunbird / Surrey / Sussex / tar tattoo / Tatopani / teacher / Thamel / Thankot / The Lonely Cat / traffic jam / traffic rules / traffic uncles / transHimalaya / transHimalayan / travel writing / tree sparrows / Uganda / urban water supply / water supplies / water tankers / West Sussex / wild places / wildlife / wordsmith / World Environment Day / world's deepest gorge / writers group / writing / writing about writing / writing for children / writing group / year fives
Northumberland to Edinburgh 04 Oct

A September roadtrip along the wonderful east coast
Read more

Train to Nonsuch 03 Oct

A stream of consciousness on returning to old haunts
Read more

Author interview 27 Sep

Intrepid Sally Haiselden is one of the five contributors to our new anthology <em>50 Camels.</em> Here she answers some questions about her writing and her achievements.
Read more

Meeting the Kumari 25 Sep

A return to Kathmandu and the celebration of Indra Jatra
Read more

Author interview 20 Sep

Today sees the launch of a collection of travellers' tales headlined by a story from Seeta Siriwardena and so I am reposting an interview with an author who has already published two books for children and as well as contributing to the new anthology.
Read more