A family form U.K. on a round-the-world trip have now spent three months in lockdown in Nepal
London — An Aberdeen family on a round-the-world trip have now spent three months in lockdown in Nepal.
Kris and Julie Smith and children Erihn, nine, and four-year-old Jacob, left Aberdeen in June last year to fulfil a “big crazy dream” of travelling around the globe.
However, coronavirus lockdown measures came into force in March.
They have been in Lukla – a small town in the Solukhumbu region – thousands of miles from home – since then.
The family expect to hear more about possible lockdown changes in the coming days.
Before reaching Nepal, they had been to countries including India, Jordan, Albania, Serbia and Hungary.
They are now staying in a hotel next to an airport runway, on the edge of a mountain, BBC writes.