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- information on the different trekking regions in Nepal.
- detailed information on many individual trekking routes including interactive maps and profiles.
- information on several of Nepal's trekking peaks including maps and photos.
- a fantastic forum where you can discuss, ask questions and share your experiences with fellow trekkers.
- an interactive map featuring photos from fellow trekkers. Add your photos from your trek!
- GPS feature with altitude reading.
A great app to help plan your trip to the Himalayas, to share your experiences and to learn more about trekking in Nepal.
Whether you are a Pepys enthusiast, or you just have an interest in London and it's history, this app will take you on a fascinating journey through the city.
- Locations: present day photos of the sites mentioned in the diary, all plotted on an interactive map. This section is growing all the time with submissions of sites that users have discovered.
- The Diary: this section is updated daily with the entry from Pepys diary for the actual date back in the 1660's. A wonderful way to work your way through the diary, one day at a time.
- Tours: interactive maps that will guide you through the streets Pepys once trod. Users can follow the routes actually on the ground or virtually from your armchair. Photos and information about sites is posted along the route, and the street view option allows virtual tourists to feel like they are actually there!
- Submit your photos: send us your photos of sites that you have discovered! Use this feature to take a photo on your iPhone and send it directly to us with the location information. Include comments and information, and we will add them to the growing map of location photos and information on the app.
- Biography: a useful reference detailing Pepys' life and times. Information is taken from Wikipedia so has with lots of links to further reading.
- Comment, Like & Share: 'like' items that you want to come back to, add your own comments and share everything on Facebook or Twitter. Join the discussion!