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Live Activist Adventures
Course Prep & Travel
for Thailand & Ladakh


!Getting Ready For the Adventure! ~all locations~

the following checklist will attempt to predict the immediate concerns and needs for most engagers. if you have more questions, feel free to contact us.

1. HAVE YOU SIGNED UP YET? only 12 engagers per adventure!

due to the design thinktank structure, each two-week adventure can only accommodate 12 engagers. these will fill up fast!

please MAKE SURE you are CONFIRMED in one of the adventures BEFORE you make any undue arrangements.

2. DETERMINE YOUR DESIGN PROJECT OR WORK-IN-PROGRESS.

before you arrive, figure out what you want to design. this may include a house or structure, entire homestead layout, business idea, product idea, life or career change plan, and so on- your choice of physical or conceptual.

if no concrete idea comes to mind, your design will then default to
“where to from here, St. Peter?”
,
meaning: discovering what you want to do in Life, and how to get there.

3. LEARN ALL PERTINENT DESIGN DETAILS.

for example, if you plan on a land or homestead design, know where the sun rises and sets, direction of slopes and water access. legal info such as road & utilities access also helps. for your business, know your market, competitors, potential setbacks, expenses for parts, office rent & staff etc.

also, bring a TALL sketchpad or paper with drawing tools as you like, with initial design sketches, for notating various business factors and the like.

4. BRING A LARGE A4 SIZE SPIRAL NOTEBOOK.

separated for at least 6 subjects, this is for taking the various notes during the adventure.

5. BRING OLD, NATURAL FIBRE WORK CLOTHES FOR PROJECTING.

this list will be similar for all locations. work clothing list is:  
a. one floppy hat & one long-sleeved cotton tshirt or oversized lightweight shirt - (both can be soaked with water),
b. one loose-fitting thin full length pants or lunghi,
c. one short pants,
d. one pair sturdy trainers or lightweight hiking boots,
e. one pair flipflops or sandals
f. few pairs cotton socks as required,
g. sunglasses,
h. non-leather HEAVY-DUTY rubberized work gloves, NOT kitchen gloves!
I. all natural insect repellent (we can suggest for you here…)
j. all natural sunblock,
k. one cotton hand towel
l. one lightweight raincoat or over-bag poncho
Ladakh: also, one weatherproof coat for wearing layers underneath,
(a full parka is not necessary.)
m. basic personal first aid optional: a few stretch cloth bandages for minor cuts, hydrogen peroxide, gentian violet tincture. NO alcohol.
   otherwise, we’ve got you covered on first aid and procedures.

6. TRAVEL.

officially, you are responsible for your own arrangements for transport to/from adventure site.    that being said,

specific tips and assistance in figuring flights and hotels will be sent via your Verification & Welcome Package email once you sign up, and just reply to the email for specific info.

7. FOOD & MISC. EXPENSES.

costs of meals and various personal details is on the rise at all adventure locations- such is our glorious human world. however, use this as a general guidance:

NEPAL - All meals are covered here, as most of the course will be experienced in the nearby Panauti area. Exceptions: one may purchase yummies at the local shop, and of course we will peruse the town on occasion, and there is always chai, coffee & a number of delicious food spots there.

THAILAND - food: one may peruse this restaurant menu , as this price vicinity is indicative of most thai tourist restaurants nowadays. other island expenses will be similar to the USA or say, Spain.

outside of Wye Naam resort, there are a number of restaurants within easy walking range, with prices averaging similar to Wye Naam. Dinnertime is recommended for local personal exploration, so as not to miss out on Course activities during the day.

personally, I have found my daily meals & misc. expenses there to be around $15-20.

LADAKH - In order to price the Course more fairly for all diets and palates, meals within Leh are NOT included (not covered) in the Course fee, and are the responsibility of each Engager.

As there is a plethora of quality culinary traditions and price ranges represented in Leh, an average price-per-meal may not be possible to determine.

Having said that, most basic Tibetan-style restaurant meals will cost between 150 - 300 rupees ($2.50 - $5), while higher-end fare will cost up to 600 rupees, all included.

so, budget your average meal cost at approx. $5 US. other expenses are still lower than the USA. during time in Leh, budget yourself on spending $15 / day for food, and $5 for misc. other- although actual costs will likely be less.

All meals outside of Leh ARE included (covered) in the Course fee.

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do not panic if you couldn’t find or figure out the whole list. we’ll take of you. just, do the best you can on this…

this list shall update as we go. do make suggestions!

MAX. CAPACITY = ONLY 12 PERSONS PER TWO-WEEK ADVENTURE

SIGN UP NOW! SAY YES TO A WHOLE LOTTA FUN IN PARADISE!

We are so excited for anyone who arrives on our shores,
                      or there on
    the roof of the world.        
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