Travel Blogs from Pangboche, Nepal

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Tughla to Pangboche, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Tughla to Pangboche

A travel blog entry by brynandnate

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Today's hike DOWN felt good.  Our headaches were going away quickly, the nausea was gone, and we were both feeling somewhat relieved that there was no decision to make this morning.  We were too far from Gorak Shep to try to go up again. ...

High above the Dudh Kosi, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

High above the Dudh Kosi

A travel blog entry by cubansteve80

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Ouch! AMS, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Ouch! AMS

A travel blog entry by benneesham

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... up here from Namche. It looks so far away. we meet up with the girls we spoke to on the plane, Kirsty and Sophie and spend the next few days bumping into each other and chatting. After lunch here we decide to go onto Pangboche, 3860m alt, to sleep. ...

Day 20: We're going down down baby, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Day 20: We're going down down baby

A travel blog entry by kickthrough

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Stats Minutes on internet-25 Cost of internet- 500 rupess ($8) Delicious Yak burgers eaten -2 Hours walked- 6.5 Minutes walked  below the treeline- 40 Trees hugged-1 Time we “slept in” until- 6:28 Mg of diamox taken- 375 Times peed on ...

Everest Diary: Day 21, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Everest Diary: Day 21

A travel blog entry by ricduncombe

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... , toward something I could not even see in my mind. I lose a thousand meters in a few hours and continue all the way down to Pangboche, agonizingly close to a return to the tree line and the forests I missed so much on the way up a few days ago. I stay at ...

Everest Diary: Day 14, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Everest Diary: Day 14

A travel blog entry by ricduncombe

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... valley much to the delight of the honey bees which seem to inhabit the area on almost plague levels of population. I arrive in Pangboche with Everest once again in front of me, looking like ice on fire as steaming clouds waltzed around its summit which ...

Everest Trek Days 7-8:  The Mountain Wins, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Everest Trek Days 7-8: The Mountain Wins

A travel blog entry by llcooldays

... .  Lew’s fever was soaring again, and his dad was really weak and felt sick.  We made it to a nice lodge in Pangboche around 4:15 pm, and Liz got both of the guys bundled up under blankets in their beds.  Both were sick for the rest ...

No room at the inn, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

No room at the inn

A travel blog entry by matt_werner

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... out and nearly dragging on the ground looked like they were about to die.     Cold wind started up as we reached Pangboche and tried to find a guesthouse to stay at. Our porter was running back and forth between them until we got a room at ...

Dingboche to Pangboche, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Dingboche to Pangboche

A travel blog entry by hazel.grace

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... Ram and his wife, smiles, a few tears (from me) and then off Kami and I set down the hill in the sunshine towards Pangboche. Pictures galore, including a few selfes of me and Kami – if I thought we were good friends before this trek, I was wrong ...

School Programme day, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

School Programme day

A travel blog entry by hazel.grace

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... this a lot to Nepali’s, but they all now understand the need to use the “Sherpa” name outside of Nepal. The kids grab bubbles, musical instruments and sports equipment and I get caught up in the infectiousness of their giggles.  ...

Fat Goddess of the Sky, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Fat Goddess of the Sky

A travel blog entry by marciad

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... fatigue. Although I did take great satisfaction watching people suffer uphill as I traipsed by them and into better oxygen every hour. May 7: Pangboche to Namche Long Way Down This day we slept in and I had breakfast at 9am. We set off in the sun and ...

Pangboche - visiting the school, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Pangboche - visiting the school

A travel blog entry by hazel.grace

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... Children and the St. James’s Place Foundation meant so much. The school is closed unitil next weekend due to the Nepal holiday for Dashain, but on Monday there is a big programme planned where the children will receive their new uniform, sportswear ...

Snow day, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Snow day

A travel blog entry by murrayrudd

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... it warmed up some, just enough to be a cold rain instead of snow. Anyway, I was keeping pretty dry so hightailed it for Pangboche, well down valley. The trail for Gokyo branches off from here so I should be in a good position to head up Gokyo Valley (the ...

Across to Pangboche and a yak encounter, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Across to Pangboche and a yak encounter

A travel blog entry by chooklotto

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... is a tough one as in the end we dropped about 400m to get to Photse and had to make up the altitude to get to Pangboche.  Its a thin trail, very high up with lots of steps and visible landslides which isnt too good!   It was another tough ...

Kala Pathar - Highest point on our trek, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Kala Pathar - Highest point on our trek

A travel blog entry by alokmittal

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... had the pleasure, no seriously, of running with Bhupi to order food in advance. After a light lunch, we decided to push on to pangboche which would take another 2 hours. In a day, we had lost 1600 m from kala pathar. In the evening there was a rush to ...

Waiting Day, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Waiting Day

A travel blog entry by michaelbolenski

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Pangboche (3930m) Today I took it easy hang out in Pangboche, waiting for the other guys to arrive from Kala Patthar (5545m) and there sunrise view of Mt Everest.  I met some American men that were getting reedy to do a climb to Ama Dablam (6856m) ...

Tengboche to Pangboche, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Tengboche to Pangboche

A travel blog entry by dolphinsailor

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... is that your breathing doesn't return to normal after exertion. We decide to only do about 3 hours today and and stay in Pangboche to help us all acclimatize. Then we will do 3 hours tomorrow to Pheriche. Instead of right through to Pheriche and 2 nights ...

Dad's best friend is the outhouse, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Dad's best friend is the outhouse

A travel blog entry by danielshortell

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... the diarrhea subsided for a little while and we decided to start out.  We left at about 11AM, the goal to reach Pangboche via Pheriche..about a six hour hike. Straight away, Dad was lagging behind, completely sapped of energy. The trail heading out ...

A productive day in Pangboche, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

A productive day in Pangboche

A travel blog entry by hazel.grace

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... managed to drop back off around 5, then was rudely awoken by my lovely alarm at 7! No packing of bags, another day in Pangboche.  This was a proper "rest" day.  I headed downstairs and was warmly greeted by my friends “mint ...

Well it all came up last night, Now is down hill.., Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Well it all came up last night, Now is down hill..

A travel blog entry by michaelbolenski

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... dried out toast and honey and still felling tired I headed back down with one of the porters to Lobuche. Feeling better as i descended down, surviving on Mars bars and coke. I arrived at Pangboche at about 2.30 , feeling much better now. Michael B ...

Namche Bazaar to Pangboche, Pangboche, Nepal travel blog

Namche Bazaar to Pangboche

A travel blog entry by hazel.grace

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... bridge then up again, up through the many mani stones and stupa’s and all of a sudden we were at the entrance gate to Pangboche, then I could see the fields and I knew we were nearly there. We arrived at Namaste Lodge, I was the only trekker for ...

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