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... you cross a wide open bowl of snow and Leela and I were the first to travel through it this day. We could see where people had trod the day before but it was covered in new snow. The snow was deep and the going slow. At the top there's the usual ragged collection of prayer flags and some fast young Russians met up with us as we were prancing around celebrating our ascent. On the way down I took some shortcuts by ...
... to the Everest region in the east. Through a partially misty skyline, I could even make out the distinctive shape of Mount Everest itself with its sister peaks Lhotse and Nupse. I stayed for quite a while just taking in what must be the most fantastic panorama anywhere on earth. How lucky am I today? It makes me want to come back and do some trekking in the mountains of the Himalaya in the next year or ...
Since I'm still having trouble with my toes, I decided to go to the medical clinic to get them checked out. I first saw the nurse who took my vitals. She told me I had low blood pressure and a slight fever. Here I'm feeling great minus my toes. Supposedly I guess I'm not as well as I feel. Next I saw the doctor. He did some pricking and prodding. In the end he said that I hadn't frost ...
... br> We had dinner, just 5 of us, with Goren sick and Jasna looking after him, Bruce and Jo already in Japan, Louise - over the food and Randy gone, at the fabulous Indian place that we ate at on the first night ... Delicious!
Reminiscent of the dessert challenges from 2009, Jules and I ducked down to the German bakery for biscuits and cake to have with a last cup of Masala Tea back at the Summit and Nepal 2014, was all over. Can't wait til next ...
... the first hundred KMs once we crossed Nepal border as there was absolutely no traffic and we were welcomed by lush green paddy fields both the sides of the road. Weather was good and it was sunny and also hot and only drawback that we saw was that in this stretch if you want to take a small break you would stop and stand right there in sun as there were no trees on the roadside. We started on the mountain ...